4th of July “Poem”

Tomorrow is 4th of July O world

Worlds best constitution was made real

American Declaration of independence is the pride of mankind

The only piece of paper that inspires freedom

No religion and no law is above Man’s right to freedom of expression

A true model of humanity after the French Revolution

Human reason won and all superstition failed

Thomas paine penned down age of reason and common sense

The land of the free and the land of opportunity

The American dream and Meritocracy

Tesla’s dream of America I can feel

Kakfa’s dream of America I can feel

Every artists dream of the heaven named as America

the place where you can say or do anything

Where you will be loved by strangers more than your own people

Where you will be understood more than your own people

Where you will have a new life

Long live America the great defender of Man’s right to express and to feel free

All else is but an illusion of illusion

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