A Light in the Darkness

October 15, 2009
By writer102 GOLD, West St. Paul, Minnesota
writer102 GOLD, West St. Paul, Minnesota
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God sees us all the same,
If we rise,
Or if we fall,
God sees us all the same,
He looks through our skin,
And sees our heart,
God sees us all the same,

That day,
In the U.S.A.,
History was made,
Hard work was paid,
Because,
God sees us all the same,
All the people who sweat under the sky blue,
Dreams came true,
God sees us all the same,
And that one man,
Is a light in the darkness,
God sees us all the same,
And victory is his claim

The author's comments:
This poem is about how far we have come in racial ethnics. It is about how God is color blind and how President Obama presevered against prejudced people.

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dancer21 said...
on Oct. 26 2009 at 9:00 pm
you have so much talent!!!!

on Oct. 24 2009 at 10:05 pm
shes amazing. i'm tellin ya next big thing!


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