Bridget Pearson

(Navenne, France)

Child Labor - Poem by Bridget Pearson

No one about, to yell:
Insane;
Nothing around, to quell
My pain;
Just agony, to swell
My vein.
I drop and drop, all blood and cell,
On rein..
Just to give earth
another birth:
So plain!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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