Arnold Martin Olsen

(Greene, New York)

Somewhere - Poem by Arnold Martin Olsen

There's got to be a land somewhere
Where only happiness prevails
Someplace far from planet Earth
Perhaps in outer space
Where other stars shine bright
And there's no such thing as night.
There's got to be some secret spot
Unknown to science
With no pollution, wars, or pain
I fancy someday I'll be there
far away from worldly cares
And if such a place exists
Let me soon be on my way
And from this troubled world of mine
Just float away!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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