Lasabrea Hutchison

(San Mateo, California, USA)

Sympathy - Poem by Lasabrea Hutchison

Guns and screaming all I hear
I wish we were together
But your out there
I'm in here
An were so far apart
Love can hold us far an near
My mind is always full of fear
Fight for freedom and our right
Fight for love with all your might
My love, my love so far away
I wish that you could come an stay
So keep on fighting day and night
Our love will keep us holding tight

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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