Stacy Bea

(14-10-91)

alone, together


alone we stand, together we fight
a word alone can mean almost nothing
but a sentance
can mean so much more
alone
together

saying them
allowing the mind to wonder
Alone we stand, together we fight
that means so much more

alone we are free
together we are strong
alone we are open
together we are protected

a few words change the meaning
but remember

Together
alone

no matter if you are alone or not right now
you will have someone when you need it

Submitted: Saturday, June 06, 2009

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  • Freshman - 1,710 Points Is It Poetry (6/10/2009 5:42:00 PM)

    you have a very fine way of showing the need of communication and in letting one know you are there...keep up the fine poems...iip (Report) Reply

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