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Clark Bruce Wilson

Rookie - 10 Points (06/06/1995 / Anaheim, California)

Where are you?


Where are you?
I have search left and right
I have search high and low
But where ever I search
I only found hatred and despair

My only desire is to find you
So there may be happiness once again

Where ever I look around I see
Children bashing an their parents
Husbands bashing at their wife
Mothers abandoning their children
Children losing their innocents

We need you so we may survive
Survive in a world of hatred
Survive in a world of corrupt
Survive in a world of despair
Love, where are you?

Submitted: Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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