Thomas Berntsen

(Riverhead, NY, USA)

The Children Of The 90s - Poem by Thomas Berntsen

Once there was a day,
When the ball players played the whole season.
Money and contracts were not what mattered.
Little hearts were not broken,
And autographs were signed. Once there was a day,
When dreamers dreamed,
And the people believed,
But you adults have taught us well
The children of the 90s.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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