Festinate Hope

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May justice make haste

To reclaim what once graced

But has since been debased

By a swamp that laid waste

And all ethics replaced.

May the truth festinate

Removal of greed and hate

To restore facts misplaced

By those who greatness erased.

 

 

Merriam-Webster’s word for July 22, 2018:

Festinate

This post continues the blogging challenge in which Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Day, serves as inspiration a-la the “Daily Prompt.”

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