Love for everyone

Does it really matter what your religion is; 
Or the color of your skin? 
What church you attend on sunday, 
or the neighborhood you live in? 

Is the car you drive really important? 
Does it make the man or woman inside? 
Does any thing in this world truely matter? 
Can you take it to the other side? 

Something is wrong with our nation today, 
we seem to have lost all common sense.
We no longer stand united, 
we use discrimination as our defense.

We try to exhault our selves higher, 
then everyone else we see; 
We try to prove we are better inside, 
but our selves we can not decieve.

Let us put an end to the hatred, 
lets' put discrimination in the past; 
Let us restore our nation to greatness, 
with a greatness that will surely last. 

Poem title: Our Nation
~by Dwayne Bailey

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