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Imagine This World

Author: trynfinity
ASL Info:    38/f/California
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Words: 107
Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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Imagine a world lonely
hungry without hope.

Imagine This World

Imagine a world lonely
hungry without hope.
Imagine being hurt
passed aside for drugs and dope.
Imagine all people
who were supposed to keep you safe.
Forgetting you were even there
for you there is no place.
Imagine being used
by a drunk that likes your hair.
You're thirteen and you're jaded
by a world that doesn't care.
Imagine that you're broken
hungry on the streets.
No home no bed no family
the dumpsters' where you eat.
If all this you can imagine
then you know a little of the pain,
there are people out there living
like what you imagined here today.


Submitted on 2007-10-07 14:57:44     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  wow, this could have more than 2 comments. WOW. I totally agree coming from a family although we're considered middle class I was not treated anything like. I know how it feels to be in a lot of the situations you mentioned I try to volunteer as much as I can or donate clothes or whatever I may not need. This is a great write

| Posted on 2009-07-05 00:00:00 | by jackz | [ Reply to This ]
  Yes, there are people like that. And we sit at our computers and type words of depression, words stating how bad our life is. What a selfish world. Some have no choice but to sell themselves in order to feed their family, and we complain because our job won't give us enough vaction days. yet what are we doing with those days. Volenteering in a soup kitchen; lending a helping hand---it's sad, but I don't hink that is the case. How much better would this world be if we only reached out-helped those lesser than us.
| Posted on 2007-10-08 00:00:00 | by orange | [ Reply to This ]

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