Deirdre Devina


My World - Poem by Deirdre Devina

Try to smile when you're lonely
Try to laugh when you're down
Cause all people must be equal
Man or woman, white or brown
But that is not how the world is
That is not what people feel
They are struggling for excistence
They try to keep it real
People feel treathend by the unknown
They are afraid of what they see
And I wonder, is this my world
The world in wich I want to be

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 19, 2005



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