I have come to realize that to keep a democracy true to its intent, you can't rest on what happened years ago. You must constantly be thoughtful, asking oneself what must I do today to ensure that no one can weaken the rights and freedoms tomorrow that people died to secure for me and for... Continue Reading →
In a crucible of our democractic right to vote, Acts by fringe groups tried to take an axe The principle of the nation: one voice, one vote, But, thankfully police turned back the attack! Complacent being complaisant to a despots's will, They entered Congress's halls without warning, Intent on ravishing people who certify the votes,... Continue Reading →
Never in my life would I have believed that An election could become such a shameful wrangle. While the nation is reeling from the coronavirus, Rogues attempt to kill democracy from every angle. Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt #183 from Sammiscribbles: Wrangle in 33 words exactly. Word of the Day Challenge is Rogue.
We are so painfully divided as a nation. I just want to hang my head and cry. Somehow we must find common ground, So with other Americans we willingly identify. Nothing should separate us from each other, Not race, ethnicity, or political ideology. There must be ways to disagree peacefully, Without hating those who share... Continue Reading →