Bethany Williams

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Hungry Children


Everyday children around the world are starving,
Children has to go without food,
When their parents don't have the money to feed them,
All over the world, there are times,
When all children have went to bed without anything to eat.

Children die every single day,
Because they don't have,
Enough money to feed themselves.

Food should be free to low-income families,
So that the people who can't afford to feed their children can feed them,
Without having to worry that their children or themselves will die,
If food is free to these people,
We will have children for our next gernation.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 07, 2011

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  • Bronze Star - 2,107 Points Hans Vr (9/7/2011 5:10:00 PM)

    So true, Bethany,
    I feel really bad to be aware about the reality you describe in your poem and just sit and watch, as I have been doing for far too long. It is not easy to do something about it, but we can try. Thanks for reminding us about this cruel truth in our modern world. (Report) Reply

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