Change, two cents and a nickel

Stained glass at St John the Baptist's Anglica...

Stained glass at St John the Baptist’s Anglican Church, Ashfield, New South Wales. Illustrates Jesus’ description of himself “I am the Good Shepherd” (from the Gospel of John, chapter 10, verse 11). This version of the image shows the detail of his face. The memorial window is also captioned: “To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of William Wright. Died 6th November, 1932. Aged 70 Yrs.” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In this nation of so many nations
The call for separation
The demanding of, rejecting of unity of all
The desire for the new ways of segregation
The new demands of these nations social subjugation
The social restricting of the nation
Into the nations, a divided new social set of orders
Change is here, division, sub-division and socialism

In my hearing
In my sight
I have perceived a sight
I have found a novelty
Oh a peculiar thing
We could call oddities of gentleman
For hate it emanates permeates
This thing called CHANGE

Shame it emanates from our core
Anger rage and hate have CHANGED
Yet they are the unchanged
All the more than is the ignominy
For man consents and vindicates
His inner deceptions make his preconception righteous

Change is here
Built of fear, built of hate
Through new forms of indignation to separate, divide

Change is staying in the nations for it’s free
It means the poor pay a bigger cost
For we of the nations have accepted less
Rejected more, while the wealthy tell us
It’s for our best

We no longer now expect, demand
Morally upright men of character
Who accept responsibility as our leaders?
We accept those who feed us the biggest lies
Who promise they will care for us
Then justify their greed, overlooking our needs
All they do or not do
Is what they have always done
Treat us like the fools we are

First page of the Gospel of Mark, by Sargis Pi...

First page of the Gospel of Mark, by Sargis Pitsak, a Medieval Armenian scribe and miniaturist (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Change now means a loss
Change it seems has given some a freedom
To take away the freedom of the many
Freedom now is just a word
Men of amoral thought debate
Something we the nations do not care for
So to lose it is not a loss
Or is it
Besides if one enquires it just misplaced?

Change it came with all its shame

A word to the wise: A house divided cannot long stand. One Nation under God is not a shameful thing nor is this God forced on anyone, you have the choice to say yes or no, and then live as you choose. Yet in the Nations; you cannot worship pray or say, Jesus is the Christ for it offend, and thus freedom for all comes to its bitter ends. For in taking away the rights of one, you take them from all, in granting special rights to some you lessen the value of the whole, and that is a black cold-hearted hole.

I like fish, to fish at night, and the spirit of God hovered over the waters and God said let there be some light, I will make , night becomes day so night and day were one. I make thee a fisher of men. Seek then peace seek for love not division bless and be a blessing


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