Seven Continents

Poem By Ana Monnar

There are seven continents
Right here on the planet Earth
Each gorgeous in it's own way
North America
South America
Each precious land has its own culture, customs and traditions
Each continent has different weather conditions
Most beautiful of all, it has people
People, just like you and me
Some are good, some not so good
Let's pray for faith, peace, justice,
good health, food, shelter, unity,
A decent job and prosperous opportunity

Ana Monnar

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