Heather P Wilson (England)
A Little Care
A little care or tenderness
Would help a day go by,
For the old or weak who don`t complain
(Maybe some just sit and cry) .
Who spend their days in loneliness
Often in one room,
Expecting nothing from the world at large
While they exist in their twilight gloom.
So sad even one life is left lingering
When a kind word could make it shine,
Bringing comfort to a lonely person
Who otherwise would sit and pine.
I`ll try to redeem myself tomorrow
Is all that I can say,
But I should have taken at least a smile
To a lonely soul today.
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