Point Of View Of Ishmael Beah (Child Soldier) - Poem by Mandy Howard
Now that I am rehabilitated,
and feeling better.
I wish to be the spokesperson,
an emotionally powerful speech,
to the public,
about war soldiers,
and the pain that I felt then,
today I have started to forgive myself.
For the wrong that I have done,
so many years ago,
oppose to those who still have,
not been rehabilitated,
because of now save-the-children,
a group of people for kids in Uganda.
Unlike UNICEF which removed me,
from the war,
when they could,
when they would've been the most able to,
With that said,
I thank you,
UNICEF you have saved my life,
as well as many others,
and rehabilitated me,
to the point that I fully,
understood that it really is not my fault,
it was a life or death situation,
and I chose life,
rather than death!
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