Anthony Loudin

Rookie - 308 Points (May 11th 1994 / Fredericksburg, Virginia)

Don't Take Life For Granted - Poem by Anthony Loudin

The things half of us need
are the things half of us take for granted,
The ones who have to work for it
& the ones who get it handed,
Some of us live in a one floor
& some of us live in a mansion,
Some of us can pay for it with one check
& some need a advancement,
But who really thinks of the kids without a plate of food
or a roof over their head,
The ones without clean water
& don't even have a bed,
If one of them was in our shoes
for a single day
They'd feel like they had the world
& not one word to say,
My point is your life could always be worse
so appreciate what you have,
They doesn't have the half of what is keeping you sad
& they go to sleep happy,
from just the grasp of a laugh.

Topic(s) of this poem: greed, money, poverty, sad


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Appreciate what you have because its different down the street from you

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2014

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 27, 2017


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