Olivia Taylor

Rookie (August 29,1994 / Mercy Hospital)

Home - Poem by Olivia Taylor

There's no place like home,
Many people do say,
Where would you roam,
If you had nowhere to lay?

There's lots of love inside,
If harm finds you,
There's always somewhere to hide,
Always someone to run to

There's nowhere else,
That could possibly replace,
The place that tells,
Everything about the changes in your face

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 1, 2005

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