A Voice For The Voiceless - Poem by Rosi Caswell
A voice for the voiceless,
Both four legs and two.
Speaking for those who cannot engage
In conversation with me, and with you.
So their voices aren't heard
As they don't know how
To tell us their feelings,
Or utter their vow.
We must listen closer.
Bend our heads low to hear.
Show respect to all others
From far and from near.
Always remember we have a great gift,
Not just that of speech,
But of Healing a rift.
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