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    dots Submission Name: You are Beautifuldots
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    Author: col13x
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    Words: 146
    Class/Type: Poetry/Angry
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    dotsYou are Beautifuldots
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    You are Beautiful

    Don't ever forget you are beautiful
    as a child
    your latent potential was limitless
    don't forget the excitement
    of dreams and ideas
    you would make reality with your inventiveness
    don't ever forget your bursting joy
    or the power of the love
    streaming through your eyes
    or knowing every moment caused a reaction
    once both a delight and a suprise

    Don't ever forget you are beautiful
    as a child
    you swam in the sea of your own latent potential
    with the power of your innocence
    you could change the world
    you as a single focal point
    can change the future
    and don't ever forget
    as you grow older
    this life and this living
    has nothing to offer
    because this world and this people
    this society
    this nation
    this great all encompassing civilisation says
    " It doesn't owe you a living."




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