Sonnet: Union Is Strength
When separate, straw cannot ever hold!
When twisted firmly, pulls the trunks of trees;
Man never learns this until very old;
Together, men can take their foes with ease.
The strength of braided mesh, no one fore-tells;
Cement when reinforced with steel is great;
Aloud they chime, numerous little bells;
Together, men can achieve any feat!
If citizens of nations can unite,
If nation’s choose to live in harmony,
If men do not oe’r silly causes fight,
This world can turn a land of milk/ honey!
However, goodness must prevail over bad,
To make our hearts in misery more glad.