American Creed

My version american dream is free education, justice in court, and democracy as a government.

By Alexander F. from B. Michael Caudill Middle School in Kentucky

In america we are free

In america we can be

Whatever or whoever

We want to be

With no injustice

Oldest to youngest

We can know that we are in trouble

We are treated like each other

We also can vote on who we think

Deserves the role of president

You may now it in a blink

And all of it is evident

But along with this you may not know

But all of us all can go

To an education close and far

With no harm to our wallets or our car

That is what i believe

Is my american creed

B. Michael Caudill Middle School

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