Stephanie Engle

Rookie (September 6,1990 / Uniontown)

If I Could Reach Out To The World - Poem by Stephanie Engle

If I could reach out to the world
If I could be more than just a girl
I would have a million things to say
Yet, who would listen anyway

I would talk of my highs and my lows
Of all my friends and my foes
I would talk of life and all its days
How each one has different rays

And don’t forget that there is tomorrow
No time today to sulk in sorrow
Always keep your head up to the sky
Don’t worry about asking the question “why”

Life is a gift, a treasure, amazing
You never know what it will bring
Always say “yes” when asked to dance
That’s what I would say given the chance.

If I could reach out to the world
If I could be more than just a girl
I would have a million things to say
Yet, who would listen anyway


Comments about If I Could Reach Out To The World by Stephanie Engle

  • (8/12/2007 11:34:00 AM)

    This is by far hot as fresh milk...LOL. Seriously, I figure you're a girl but not an ordinary one, in better words, you are special in more ways than one and that's for sure. I got a proof here, too, your poems and your style of writing. Quite frankly, they're all suggestive of one fact ' you are special in so many ways '. Good luck.


    Kind Regards
    Mohammad
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  • (8/11/2007 7:52:00 PM)

    you would be surprised at how many people would really listen Nicely written (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 27, 2011


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