“To Vote or not?” I can hear them say.
How can you not cast your vote today?
Our Forefathers laid their lives full down.
Cold and hungry Valley Forge found.
Fort McHenry and Francis Scott Key,
Star Spangled Banner his eyes did see.
Oh beautiful waves of grain,
The right to VOTE came with pain.
Whether the Vote is red or blue,
Step up and embrace her,
American’s died for you.”
Poem by denisebalog©
Photos captured at the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Feature photo of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Photos by denisebalog©