Untitled - Poem by Frank Macias
The young mind riddled with questions
is pregnant with answers.
For if one doesn't jump off the ledge of guilt, grief, or suffrage then how will one know what is or isn't positive?
Following the latest trends for answers will lead to a premature ignorant baby.
So if the riddled one jumps off the ledge what will become of him/her?
Peace of mind... And a baby...
But what can one do with such a baby?
The baby seems week and fragile...
But in reality, the baby can break stone.
But this still leave the unanswered question of what should we do with such a baby.
Don't let that thought become dry in your mind because the answer varies.
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