Darwin D. Smith, Sr.

(Centralia, Illinois)

Sorry Yet Sad - Poem by Darwin D. Smith, Sr.

People are afraid to love children
Fear feeling guilty once that child
becomes an adult.
I'm not blind yet can't see.
Open your eyes, sorry yet sad.

Life is no good when ever
society pulls our plug.
Only when you gain respect.
People become eager and open minded.
Take your time in growing my child
This is L-I-F-E, sorry yet sad....


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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