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PoetPatriot on Holiday
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day


Celebrate the content of your neighbor's character, to celebrate King's birthday

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
 is celebrated the
3rd Monday of January.

Celebrating the birthday of Dr. King to promote character over color.

Poetry    -    History    -    Sayings    -    Flag    -    Miscellaneous

Dr. King and V. Pres. Richard M. Nixon           

 These are the resources @ for your celebration of Dr Martin Luther King, JR. Day

Poetry - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

From Roger's Rhymes on Holiday

Birthday of
Martin Luther King Jr.

by Roger W Hancock
A man to honor, man of character,
an original patriot thought.
Judge a man by what he is,
not by his appearance.

      © April 4, 2010 Roger W Hancock

 More Holiday Rhymes at

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"Coloring with just one color        
        warps one's character."

- Roger W Hancock, PoetPatriot Sign Sayings

"Ignorant is the man who holds himself
higher than another."

- Roger W Hancock, PoetPatriot Sign Sayings
"God cares not for outside color,
only the color of ones heart."

- Roger W Hancock, PoetPatriot Sign Sayings


These Sayings and more at

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day -
Sign Sayings

 Dr. King with President Eisenhower
Dr. King with President Dwight D. Eisenhower

"I Have a Dream"

Excerpts from the Speech by
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

"The marvelous new militancy which has engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to a distrust of all white people, for many of our white brothers, as evidenced by their presence here today, have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny. And they have come to realize that their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedom."
"I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.
I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.'
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
"... speed up that day when all of God's children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual:

Martin Luther King

by Roger W Hancock


Martin Luther King, Junior,

a modern man of great.

On principal in peace he stood,

his words, his character proved.


Content of ones character,

the essence of a man.

To be judged by who you are,

not by your skin color.


Simple truth, spoke the King,

yet men in ignorance stand.

Bigotry in depth of man,

in need of light to fade the dark.


Reverend King spoke God’s truth,

equality between each race.

I simplify his speech,

with ‘consideration’ for us each.


The man spoke for all on earth,

not only for one race.

Forgive, forget, move on in peace,

with no tolerance for injustice.


Peaceful nonviolence to the end,

his words, his wisdom proclaim.

Perseverance against unjust laws,

in peace changing social law.


The man, the King, modern prophet,

whose message changed America.

Justice increased, yet more to come,

justice prevails within the peace.


© 1-13-2002  Roger W Hancock

Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last! "

Dr. King with Richard M. Nixon

Dr. King with Vice President
Richard M. Nixon in 1957.

King and the Republican Administration
met to discuss the Democrat opposition
 to the Republican Civil Rights agenda.

Thank you,
Dr, Martin Luther King,
for Defining the Dream.


I Also Have A Dream      
       by Roger W Hancock                          January, 2001

   I also have a dream.
   I have a dream that regardless of differences and ever present prejudices that our country become the true melting pot with each person finding their place in society by their character and initiative rather than the color of their skin.
   Diversity is not an edge in the competitive market places of our society.  Diversity is a concept of diverse ethnic and national heritages, with varying economic and social statuses mixed into the pool of human resources.  Affirmative Action gives an edge to some and disadvantages others based on ethnicity.  Discrimination based on the color of one's skin is wrong whether it be against blacks or against whites.  Preferential treatment based on color is discrimination.
   Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in his speech 'I Have A Dream'  exclaimed "I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."
  Today in the name of diversity, discrimination by color is exalted over one's character.  Hate breeds hate.  Discrimination breeds discrimination.  Affirmative Action is dividing our country.  Preferential treatment even under the pretense of recompense is injustice.
  This is my dream.  Let us today walk equally together in freedom, as brothers without animosity.

- Roger W Hancock      
Printed as a "Letter to the Editor," Federal Way Mirror, Jan. 13, 2001 


   Other Poetry
Black Patriot Rhymes  - Black Patriots of the American Revolution in Rhyme.
Love Poetry  - Original Poems of Love @
Christian Love Poems  - Poems of Love in faith - First Love by Christ
Christian Life Poems  - Poetry of Life in faith  - New Life in Christ
Pro- Life Poetry  - Poetry Protest against Abortion

History of the holiday, of a man, of principle; Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

M.L.K. Jr. Day
 - History of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day @ TimeLines of Liberty
Black History Month Black History Month @
Kwanzaa Kwanzaa @
TimeLines of Liberty  - TimeLines of Liberty - Index

Reader Board Sign Sayings - for
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Most of the Sayings are for Church Signs. Some Sayings are somewhat generic.


Dr. M.L.K. Jr.  Day Sayings  - Original one line sayings for Signs, Bulletins, Newsletters.
Civil Rights & Bigotry Quotes  - Civil Rights & Bigotry quotations by the PoetPatriot, R W Hancock
Peace Sayings  - Original Sayings of Peace for Church Signs.
Love & Life Quotes  - Quotations of War and Peace by the PoetPatriot.
Misc. & Inspirational Quotes  - Other inspirational Quotes by the PoetPatriot.

Our American Flag - Fly at half-staff on M.L.K. Day.

American Flag Poems  - Poetry honoring liberty represented by the American Flag
Flag Etiquette  - Rules and Regulations for the display and handling of the American Flag
American Flag TimeLine  - History of American Flags and Flag Day.
Flag Trivia  - American Flag Trivia
Other Flag Info.  - Other Information on our Grand Old Flag
Skelton's Pledge  - Red Skelton's rendition of the Pledge of Allegiance
Flag Links  - Links @ PoetPatriot for other American Flag websites.

Miscellaneous Pages @

Poetry on Holiday  - Poetry of American Holidays - Armed Forces - Pow/Mia - Pearl Harbor...
Rhymes on Holiday  - Rhymes of American Holidays
     Patriotic Poetry  - Poems of American Patriotism - Love of Country
Patriotic Haiku Poems  - Loving America - Haiku Poetry
     Patriotic Rhymes  - Rhyme poems for Children who love America
Patriotic Links  - Links to other American Patriotic websites

Encyclopedia and social network dedicated to Black history and culture.  Interact with today's Black history makers.
Martin Luther King Online
- quotes from Martin Luther King Jr.
My Celebrity Links - Celebrity links A-Z Resource - Entertainment news & Celebrity photos

Copyright 2011 Roger W Hancock,

PoetPatriot on Holiday -
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
It's the content of ones character - Not the color of ones complexion.
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