Elaine Lockridge

(Hammond, Indiana)

Sit And Think - Poem by Elaine Lockridge

Have you ever taken your hand
and reached deep down inside of yourself?
You can pull out your strengths
and your weaknesses too.
Then you can stir them, mix them around,
and put it back together.
When you know your inside feelings
You can't have doubt,
because you know the formula that keeps you together.
You believe in what you feel deep down
That everything will be alright,
If you stand up for what you believe in.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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