Alyce M. Nielson

(Brooklyn, New York)

Words Are Treasures - Poem by Alyce M. Nielson

Words are treasures that should not be misused.
When we choose to express ourselves words are
the tools that we use. Words can tell a story about
the past, spread the news of a current event or
express hope for the future. So keep your words
positive, upbeat and kind. Don't let the negative
creep into your mind. Choose your words with
kindness, compassion and care, so that they can
bring joy to others and not despair.
Most Southern Tip Close to the southern most tip of the United States stands a wind farm
where three-blade windmills drone on and on. The continuous whine is
an eerie sound. On a dark moonless night no one would hang around.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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