Athena Goddess of Wisdom Lumis Light to all
The hatred which divides
Nation from nation
Race from race
And class from class.
The covetous desires
Of people and nations
What is not their own.
Our greed which
Exploits the work,
Of human hands
And lays waste to the Earth.
Of the welfare
To the plight
Of the imprisoned
And the refugee.
The lust which
Dishonors the bodies
Of men, women,
The pride which leads us,
To trust in ourselves
And not in God.
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