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by on January 10, 2019
A Divided House
I will say the sky is blue and you say it is black
But what facts I argue will disagree
The truth trivialized though it attack
But, still, we will only disagree.
What can I say to our political situation
When different views will not waver?
So too trite to postulate salvation
What springs from truth can’t savor.
So, where can we find a path to follow
When you say yours is as true?
It will make any other way shallow
Then you want me to follow you.
Then our problems can only dispute
Despite what the facts will call
We will argue about what they refute
And even that a divided house will fall.
Posted in: Poetry

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