Country Love


An excerpt from the September 8, 1892 Youth's ...

An excerpt from the September 8, 1892 Youth’s Companion with the original Pledge of Allegiance (the full page is available from ) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Was a time no word or crime slander or attack.. could create doubt of ‘Country Love’.. or thought of lack.. comes to me in syllogism.. for all those who live.. before a judge’s gavel pounds.. please learn to forgive..

Long ago when pledge allegiance was a daily task.. never doubt of purp0se.. never had to ask.. last two decades seen a lot.. land lost things in whys.. lost ‘The Founders’ words as in the pain of war folks died..

Funny when I think about it.. irony and fate.. what our country stands for.. the promise at its gate..

I love folks around the world.. always like to learn.. feel we’re coming home soon.. as history takes a turn..

Always remind myself.. no shame in feeling love.. looking for elusive truth.. faith in God above.. sun rose I was born to live.. same life any date.. insane blame to look at.. carry my own weight..

Thoughts.. ‘Knowledge does not stop one from living as a slave!’  ‘Courage does not preclude fear.. it disciplines one to understand and conquer it.. for fear.. as with such things unwanted.. has done its work when seen’… Peace Tony



About cryinforthedyin

I write philosophy and poetry. I postulate solutions for problems..I find similiar things in history to compare to present day, hoping to find a solution to the seemingly difficult task of giving and receiving love. I play music. Blues harp, piano, guitar, electric and acoustic. I sing..I love to sing..Peace Tony
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