To Be Seen As a True American
To Be seen as a True American
You have to search to find one as you search to find one that will let stare at him in the eye,
This is nothing to them, but will only show that they have pride,
Only a few will let this happen because to them they are willing to take a stand and die.
Because they know that they have their entire tribesman by their side.
Being able to take a stand for what is right is the greatest skill.
It is something that their fathers taught them in life.
And that is to believe in what is right and fight with all your will..
Even under the greatest strife.
This will lead them To Be Seen as a True American one day,
And as more and more around learn of this they try to get this country any way.
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