Margaret Anne McCants
Opinions And Such - Poem by Margaret Anne McCants
I was told I would not do much,
That my opinions did not matter as such.
Thoughts of the young,
Considered nothing but puns,
Aspirations seen only as dreams,
With no such of any means.
Lives passing quickly like the night,
Dreams and ideas drawn only from might.
When I prove myself to the world,
I will have said I have done much,
And nothing matters more than my opinions and such.
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