All Can Cry - Poem by Anna Andrews
All can cry, but must not cry alone.
As the splintered tears, can embed a home.
All can cry, but must not dwell a frown,
Your world will be forever upside down.
All can cry, but rather you not cry,
Unless you have palms to wipe them dry.
And if you find palms to wipe them dry.
May the tears be only for joy, you cry...
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