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Reginald Francois

Rookie (St. Lucia)

Power of Words


My letters say what they have to

My sentences speak free

My paragraphs dance for u

My poems shine see



My expressions burn your heart

Like a fire burn down a house

My words tear you apart

But mend you like a blouse



Put them together, they show you the future

Or bring you deep within your past

Can show the wonders of nature

Or make your tear for ever last



The power of words is ever evolving

Changing from day to day

Like the shine of the sun or the smell of the morning

It shall never go away



Enjoy the sorrow

Enjoy the fun

Enjoy the books of tomorrow

For they will forever come

Submitted: Monday, December 12, 2011
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