There are those who rise up against our people in every generation, Displaying intolerance and bias with their hateful machinations.
But as our holiday of Purim once again draws near, We strive to spread warmth, friendship, and good cheer.
Holidays may commemorate events from the past, And seem strange to some who are more narrowcast.
Just as Shushan was rid of
A meaningful day of prayer for us, hidden among food and drink, To bring peace and respect to all as a world groupthink.
And so, we celebrate and appreciate kind gestures and wishes from all, For to benefit our communities, let there be understanding overall.