Each Face And Smile - Poem by James McLain
Hope went in and love came out,
and she went passing by.
Walking through the crowed,
down town windy,
people crossing busy streets.
and smile as fast paced cars went slowly by.
The long white limousine, I stopped.
You would not enter in.
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