Speedy Hartman

Rookie (Texas USA)

Broken Wings


By; John “ Speedy “ Hartman



Born into life
with a disability Isn’t fair.
A life uncertain
full of despair..
Never knowing what
the future will bring.
For one can’t fly
with broken wings

For one can’t fly with broken wings

Barriers come
In many forms.
To test our faith
and ability to perform.
I’ll always stand tall
continue to sing.
For one can’t fly
With broken wings

For one can’t fly with broken wings

As the year go by
I’ve learned many things.
For a happy life
you don’t need wings..
To soar with other’s
Is a mental thing.
So don’t be held back
By broken wings

Yes, you can still fly high with broken wings



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Submitted: Monday, June 20, 2011
Edited: Thursday, June 23, 2011

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