Rose E. Hollingsworth

(Fairborn, Ohio, USA)

A Different Hue - Poem by Rose E. Hollingsworth

Our color may be
Of a different hue
But we're all alike
As we face each day anew
We may not look the same
In structure or face
But we all have problems
As we go through lifes pace
We must have the rain
To appreciate the sun
Good and bad days
Before the battle is won
We must face lifes challenges
We work, we play
We plan and dream
Along life's way
We all have a soul
Filled with joy, or sorrow
Each one striving
For a better tomorrow.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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