A Child's Wish - Poem by Rachel Fogle
We take to much for granted,
Each & everyday.
We have so much to be thankful,
In so many different ways.
I see the kids on the street,
Holding up there signs.
They tell you that they'll work for food,
Or for just one dime.
It's really sad when you see these children everywhere.
For they have so much to offer in there hearts,
And in there prayers.
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