May All The World Remember

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May all the world remember

There is beauty to be found in the bleakness.

Out from the screams and wails of despair,

Some uttered with a final breath.

Beneath the tons of rubble

Lies a world waiting to be saved.

Through cracks in concrete

The Light finds it's way through.

A lifesaving hand reaches in to grasp another

It might otherwise never have touched.

Eyes meet filled with tears

Absent for now is the silent inquiry "Who are you?"

As the answer is so apparent:

We are Human, you and I,

Today bound together by that circle of Humanity

From this day we stand reminded

We are more to each other than we regularly recall

May all the world remember

May all the world one day be at peace.

June Klausner

Payson

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