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  193.     

Taking Our Places

Silencing effects of ancient problems of evil, trying to
take them out of this existence once and for all.

Yet human nature comes around and in a few people, evil
seems to abound and take over their souls.

Rising above the goodness and beauty of life, trying to
ruin and destroy the wholesome lives most of us have.

Standing up, taking our places in the front lines of a
non-existent war of racism, hatred and prejudice.

Trying to avert a war for no reason at all, living the
lives we were given from birth that came directly from
heaven's gates.
 
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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  194.     

Let People Be Who They Are

Moving along, watching, noticing trails that I am going
down.

Giving life a run for it's money, protesting evil,
racism, and prejudice every step of the way.

Not liking it when people are condemned for being poor,
disabled or anything else.

We all have to live on this earth, so let's unite and
be the best we can be no matter a person's condition,
situation or circumstances.

Let each person be who they are and not demean, abuse,
or make fun of them, please.
 
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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  195.     

Priority Of Finding Solutions

Respecting others is tantamount to communication and
treating others as they should be treated.

Dreaming of a world filled with peace, yet seeing
the obnoxious behavior that some people have with
others.

Looking down on them because of their color, racists
to their core.

Getting rid of prejudice, racism and jealousy should
be a priority in the finding of solutions for world
peace.
 
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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  196.     

When Racism Evicted Will Have No Home

Racism finds no home
in the heart
of an enlightened soul.

Many proclaim their faith
but few live their faith with every breathe breathed
to the core of their being

to depths
of not a judgemental;
but a compassionate soul.


Copyright Terence George Craddock
 
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