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Until All Are One

by Jason Ray Morton 6 months ago in social commentary
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By: J.R. Morton

Until All Are One
Photo by Marcel Eberle on Unsplash

I remember when I first hear the phrase,

a young adolescent.

Not knowing the significance of what it meant,

seeing it play out within an imaginary place.

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Appealing messages to remember,

motivation for us all.

Some forty years later, as we're in the fall

I remember that message this November.

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Our leaders, they have failed,

nowhere closer to that reality are we.

Politicians, Fox News, and CNN...really!

That message lost over time, our lives vailed.

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Wisdom to the young lost over time,

from youthful fun and laughter,

to just living in memories ever after,

lost in thoughts like mine.

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Til all people remember the simpleness of being young,

letting go of the ugliness that's been taught.

Remember how the world once was, give this idea a thought,

the world gets better one way, but is waiting "Until All Are One"...

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Black, White, Brown, and all those colors. LGBTQAI+ or any part of the alphabet that gets added. Christian, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, etc... Someday, when all are one, maybe we can move into the future as what all truly are. HUMANS...

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Jason Ray Morton

I have always enjoyed writing and exploring new ideas, new beliefs, and the dreams that rattle around inside my head. From the current state of the world to the fantastical ideas of science I've enjoyed exploring them. Time to share them.

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