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The Flag of the Day

Jingoism,Jangoism, Lingoism, Languoism
The Flag of the Day

The man had a flag,
it was covered in red.
He held it high,
it pointed toward the sky.

The flag has a rip,
the flag has a tear,
The flag was seen everywhere.

If you see the flag,
You should beware,
Because if it’s on your soil,
you it will not spare.

Remember the fallen, the flag shall say,
Remember the patriots, on the holy day.

The Lord’s Day is not the Sabbath,
The Lord’s Day is not for prayer,
But to give praise to our god,
The flag of the day.

Marco Palladino
Senior Completing Under Graduate in Political Science Minor in Sustainability at MU Competition is for the Weak. Jobs are for the sick. Hammers, Nails, One Tool, One Solution. Homo Homini Lupus.

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