Spare Any Change? - Poem by Joseph Tanner
Spare any change for drink and drugs,
That is what you’re thinking!
Don’t spare a thought where he lay tonight.
Spending his life wondering where he going,
Knowing tomorrow will come with grief.
Don’t spare a thought to his blight,
Looking down on him,
Some demons never go away.
Running through life with fear,
A story to be told,
No one to listen.
A position no one wants to be in.
Imagine for a second if life dealt you a cruel blow,
Could you cope any better?
Not having what we hold so dear.
If you can’t spare any change,
Spare a thought,
Do not judge,
For you make me sick.
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