I sit at my lonely,

Familiar desk,

Caught up in the whirlwind,

That whisks me along

With it,

Willingly at best.

As no man is an island,

Goodness and patriotism,

Are glue,

Irregardless of race, or ism,

This assimilation has a,

Unique hue view.

It may be my Winter,

But I’ve planted my feet,

thanks to Yogi,

It ain’t over till,

It’s over,

I will not retreat.

Worried in darkness,

Ecstatic in the Light,

I am overjoyed,

That WE won,

Barr none,

With brilliant stinging fight.

A plan comes together,

And I am an intricate part.

Every drop of blood shed,

Deserves a Country-altar,

To support the weight,


Who fought so fiercely,

Their neck’s at stake,

Now it’s my turn,

To take,

Fearless participation,

In the glory,

Of a Nation,

From within, scorned,


Let Freedom ring from,

Tower and Steeple,

Our government,

Once more,

Of, For and By the people.

Let us share our freedom’

With all on Earth,

For God returned,

A new Liberty,

In my Nation’s rebirth.

How lucky am I,

To have been at this


To have witnessed history,

Victoriously gloriously, profound,

Found in God’s grace.

United we stand,

Divided no more,

We’ve rid ourselves,

Of Curly and Moe.

And to the Republic!

One Nation indivisible!

With Liberty,

And Justice,

For all.


*”Soon! Very soon now,“ the prophet said.

Author’s Note: The Photo is of the Old Courthouse in St Louis Missouri where the Dred Scott civil rights decision trial took place in 1846. Dred and his wife, Harriet, petitioned the court for freedom from enslavement. An all white jury of men voted unanimously in their favor; But one shinning example, of the strength of Liberty in this great Republic of ours. We are one Nation under God, Indivisible! Patrick Henry proclaimed “Give me Liberty or give me death!” I agree🇺🇸

HAPPY FOURTH to all y’all💥💥💥

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