Dear Readers,

Unite, Unite:

Have you ever gazed up at the sky

wondering why

you feel so humble?

On a starry night

where everything is bright

and lit up like a lantern leading the way.

Have you ever felt apart

deep down in your heart

from those millions of dots up above?

In the wind and rain

and in the face of pain

weighing up each different path.

Has it ever occurred to you that we

are not alone

but so alone all at the same time:

do you ever see what’s left

or what’s already


Have you ever paused to think

about your link

to a starry night’s sky?

Picture perfect

yet not great enough to infect

our buzzing minds.

Left and right

it is implemented above

our hectic heads.

We are not too great to remember:

we still stumble despite their victory

printed in history.

A cry from a


shooting star.

A plea from your


grandma and pa.

Look up, look down

without a frown

forget everything for just a moment.

Unite, unite

on that very same day

in the bright light of a midsummer’s day.

I hope you all enjoyed that poem!

This was inspired by Remembrance Sunday, and the great urge I want to spread with you, to unite. We should unite as a world, despite our worries and troubles. We should honour those that gave their lives so we could have ours. We should all come together so their sacrifice shall not be wasted by our selfish desires.

We cannot have another World War, or another version of Brexit. We have become divided as a nation, as a world in fact. We need to UNITE amongst us all, and stop disagreeing. There should be compromises and there should be unity. Without unity, everything as we know it at this moment right now will be gone. There will be nothing left. We will’ve taken more than we have given, endangered the lives of others, and becoming reckless in our own wake. If we can unite, we will have a better chance of survival. 

Who is with me? Who wants to help save the world? 

Then let’s start spreading the word!

Today, I thought I’d share something a little different with you.

As I stood there on Remembrance Sunday for my two minutes silence, I felt my heart light up with all sorts of emotions: courage, fear (I will admit), but mainly out of admiration and respect. Respect for every single one of those soldiers that gave up their lives across the world in both wars. Respect for their actions afterwards, to come together and unite as nations.

So, I propose to you all to unite, rather than continue the way we are heading. Brexit, along with other political issues, has created a sense of division, treason and spite. We need to learn from these soldiers that gave their lives for us, and from their unity afterwards. We need to put aside our disagreements – let’s have some unity for once. Let’s be the bigger, braver people that say enough is enough.

Thank-you. x

What are your opinions on this topic? Do you want to see more unity? Please do share your views with me by dropping a comment down below. 

I hope you found this interesting & a small eyeopener.

Lots of love,

Autumn x

Posted by:Autumn

Hi! I'm Autumn, an avid reader, animal lover and keen photographer that wants to travel the world! I’m probably not your average teen, I’m not a firm believer in makeup and I don’t own any social media accounts. I love stationary and all things paperchase, as well as baking yummy little treats! I've wanted to have my own blog for years, so Autumn’s Angle is a dream come true! I hope you follow Autumn’s Angle and enjoy scrolling through my blog. 😊 Lots of love, Autumn x

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