Anne Lewis

(Ringwood, Hants, UK)

If - Poem by Anne Lewis

If night was day
And day was night,
Then white should be black
And blace would be white,
If blue was the grass.
And green was the sky
Then birds would walk
And animals would fly.
If long was short
And short was long,
Then stong would be weak
And weak would be strong
If I were you
And you were me.
Then what a strange place.
The world would be.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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