Loma Marjorie Cook

(Layton, Utah, USA)

Handicaps - Poem by Loma Marjorie Cook

Those who persecute
Others who are
Mentally or physically
Handicap themselves
Far worse- For the innocents
Will lose their handicaps
At deaths dark door.
While the persecutors
Will retain theirs forever-
For they have considered
Themselves Superior!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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