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She stands atop America looking down on the people below They rush from place to place never stopping never seeing Though the years pass by and the droughts and disasters come and go though new presidents are elected and the economy fluctuates she stands strong She watches and waits for people to open their eyes She is not the God of Americaoh nothat was established long ago From the beginning of the nation to this day we are One Nation under God She understands that though she is the symbol of independence and freedom her people did not gain freedom on their own but only by Gods grace She remembers George Washington declaring It is impossible to rightly govern a country without God and the Bible Abraham Lincolns words echo in her ears With malice towards none with charity for all with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right let us strive on to finish the work we are in to bind up the nations wounds She is the symbol of freedom for the nation She is Lady LibertyShe hears the desperation in the peoples voices as they lose all hope for their country They say Im not optimistic about my nations future Who can be at a time like this Day by day she watches them give up and give in to the easy way the direction that will never lead to victory But still she waits because though all people may see is darkness there is always light arising from the horizonHope The word puts a light in her soul Its something everyone craves Still she wonders what exactly is hope While pondering the question she recalls seeing hope carry Americans through when times seemed hopeless Lady Liberty decides that hope is a feeling of desire for something and confidence in the possibility of its fulfillment It is joined
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