Florida Angel

(Spring / Rio 40 Graus..Cidade Maravilha...Delray Beach)

A Prostitute


Young, heart broken,
Free giving, her soul to life,
Free receiving, life into her soul.

Her song ready,
Her pictures posted,
Young, beautiful, offered.

A prostitute she is called.
Called for service, paid with a fee.
A human, a woman, young and ready.

Life’s opportunity opened up.
Her way to destruction, maybe, interrupted.
An umbrella of opportunities opened up by a mistake.
By the error of a man who offered to pay and take.

We judge by what we see,
We judge by what we hear,
We elected hypocrisy.

Will we help to destroy a girl,
Will we help to save a soul?
Humans together, Humans infused...

..A Prostitute.

Submitted: Thursday, March 13, 2008

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  • George Mcconnell (3/22/2009 9:32:00 PM)

    We are all prostitutes in some way or another... whos hasn't compromised their integrity at one tome or another. We have all been used for anothers profit! ! ! Thanks for the thoughts... thanks for the heart! ! ! ! (Report) Reply

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