Mitzie Holstein

Rookie - 102 Points (August 10 / Jamaica; West Indies)

My Window


Looking through my window
Feeling the wind on my face
Watching cars people and buses go by
Ah! the spirit of the human race
For a while troubles disappear
No talk of the rent due
Do I want to hear
Just let me sit or lay on my bed
And watch cars people and buses
As they go by

Submitted: Saturday, April 26, 2008
Edited: Monday, February 28, 2011

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  • Rookie Sameer Ahmed (7/8/2009 4:58:00 AM)

    The human race has only one effective weapon left
    and that is laughter. The mankind has indulged so
    much deeply in this swiftness of time and space that
    the humanoid nature has become kinked with the
    the process of self-actualization...... (Report) Reply

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