Sandra Osborne


A Future Day - Poem by Sandra Osborne

I think about the future,
And I wonder about our life.
To much hate for one planet,
To much fear.

Somehow,
I missed the announcement
That love had died,
I missed her funeral,
I hope it was nice.

Lost;
The masses cling to faith,
While the homeless
Cling to paper sacks,
Filled with empty dreams,
Fading, like old yellow newspapers,
In the rain.

In the future,
There will be a day,
When life
Will be worth more than greed;
And paper sacks,
Are just paper sacks.
I hope it comes soon.


Comments about A Future Day by Sandra Osborne

  • (12/29/2004 9:53:00 AM)


    Truly a good thought Short little burst of wonderfull thoughts thats good (Report) Reply

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  • (12/29/2004 3:40:00 AM)


    Good morning sandra, you are like everyone hoping for a better world
    nice people hope for a better world, bad people want to make it worse
    myself i want to make sure i have a good supply of brown paper bags
    with ruby red lips painted on them, so i can kiss them good night

    Good night sandra good nightttttttttttt
    With a lovely warmth allannnnn
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  • (12/29/2004 3:13:00 AM)


    Great poem, Sandra! Welcome back.
    Very pertinent to our times, thoughts are right up my ally.
    H
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 29, 2004



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