Stanford E. Ward

(Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, USA)


Poem by Stanford E. Ward

If we could see tomorrow
We wouldn't be afraid today.
If we could be with friends
We wouldn't be lonely
If we could see each other for what they are
We wouldn't need to be identical to them.
If we could show more of ourself, then they'll see
We wouldn't be feared by others.
If we open our heart and soul
We could achieve our goals.
If we could get the training
We could go forward in life.

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  • Bethany BuhlBethany Buhl (6/30/2008 12:06:00 PM)

    Yeah if we only could do that life would be way different. If we would be afraid to show real selfs then maybe we could love each more for what we are.(Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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