(13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

Cherishing Religious Freedom

Squeaking faith, peering about, checking to see if it's
safe to travel outside.

People stabbing religion with sharpened tongues, hoping
to discourage others from loving God.

Little do they know, their refutation of our beliefs
only increases them a hundred-fold with every one of
their snide remarks.

Cherishing our freedom of religion which the United
States was founded upon, we are bonded and brought
together, united as one under God only.

So take your own beliefs, keep them quietly unto your-
selves and we will have nothing to argue or get excited

You have the freedom to stand alone in your convictions
as long as you don't interfere with anyone else's.

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Comments (2)

Nightfall! ! Black! With the muse of the night. Thanks for your comment on my poem. Stay blessed always.
From Mother Nature. Black as night! ! Life in the dark; ..........so touching and so true. Beautiful poem with nice theme.10