Bernard Shaw

Heroes. - Poem by Bernard Shaw

The heroes in my Hall Of fame,

Are just ordinary people without a name.

The Lady that wiped away my tears,

The man that calmed my imaginary fears.

You who helped me when I was down,

Your smiles, That wiped away my frown.

You that comforted a lonely child,

Who's only feeling a hate so wild.

You that showed me a world of love and care,

Taught me to live and how to share.

You all will be in my Hall Of Fame,

Just Ordinary People without a name.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 1, 2003

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