Remember...

Remember, Remember how America was great although there was terror

Remember the Roosevelts and Honest Abe, what they contributed and oh, how they were aware

Individuals held hands, neighbors were trusting, and less crime had occurred

Our children did not learn from the media, they learned from their mothers and fathers

They were treated as intelligent beings, now their innocence is abused and thought of as immature

A sense of kindness once existed and now has vanished from aggression thus intolerance

We as humane citizens must recall the pride, the bliss, and the care

We are not wild animals, nor cold-hearted, we shall make our savior proud

Remember, Remember what America was and annihilate today's terror

 

 

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