Treasure Island

Arielle Harvey

(7-12-92 / new orleans louisiana)

a world without kids


a world without kids
no one to call your own

a world without kids
no one to care for

a world without kids
no one to tuck in at night

a world without kids
no one to watch grow up

a world with out kids
no noe to tell right form wrong

a world without kids
it would not be a world anymore

Submitted: Friday, February 01, 2008

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