The Right to PrayA Poem by Barry S. Maltese
There was a time, when I was a child.
When faith was a strength, and never defiled.
But then there were few, who decided today,
that God is offensive and be driven away.
So now all the many, who had God on their side,
gave up that great strength, and also their pride.
They are letting these haters kill what good people dared.
Except for the strongest who continuously declared . . .
"Yes, there's a God - we too have our rights.
We'll pray and rejoice - each day and each nights.
We wont make you do it. That is still your choice.
But we all will be damned if you silence our voice!
© 2010 Barry S. Maltese
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Last Updated on January 6, 2010
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