Bobbie Polit Carrier

(Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA)

A Day In Oklahoma - Poem by Bobbie Polit Carrier

It started out as just another day
Some at work, some at play
Business, pleasure, who could measure
What the day would bring
Sadness, sorrow—no tomorrow
Shattered lives, shattered dreams
Never again, I pray
A day in Oklahoma
A day in the USA!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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