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  1. A Lot Of Anger

    • By Julia Docking
    • Published: February 2010
    Who I Really Am

    I ache with this...
    words scream out of my mouth with no meaning.
    No sounds compare to the things I seem to say.
    I am sorry.

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    This poem touched me a lot. Coming from an abusive home, I did not know anything about myself, wasn't taught anything, wasn't loved or cared for. I was neglected, left to fend for myself. It...

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  3. It's Time To Help Them

    Why It's Good To Volunteer To Help Others

    Have you ever asked
    Why the singing bird sings?
    Why people help people
    Without gaining a thing?

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  4. The Dream

    • By Steven
    • Published: March 2008
    Hope For Staying Clean After Addiction

    The dream of getting out.
    We live in a place where fear walks around like a school yard bully.
    It's in our face every minute of every day.
    There is a nothingness about fear.

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    Hi this poem touched me. I have a son that is very lost and is deeply using drugs. He is in so much emotional and physical pain and I feel hopeless because I have tried everything to help...

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  6. A Fireman

    • By Maricarmen Magana
    • Published: October 2012
    Poem About A Fireman Risking His Life

    He heads for the door,
    Not knowing if he will come home.
    On the outside he seems calm,
    But inside he wonders

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  7. Unequal Horizons

    • By Karen L. Miller
    • Published: June 2015
    Poem About Racial Inequality

    The morning light comes shining through
    Upon the grass all fresh with dew.
    How pleased I am that I can stand
    Upon this free and fertile land.

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  8. Father

    Not Everything Is Forgotten

    Many years have now gone by
    with the anger I had inside.
    I often wondered what went wrong,
    you so angry for so long,

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  10. Broken

    • By Britney Hardin
    • Published: February 2010
    Poem About Hiding The Truth

    I see a sea of faces,
    many I have never met,
    but yet I feel compassion for them.

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  11. Tolerance

    Poem About Racism

    Perpetuating hatred--
    It's happening every day,
    While many who contribute
    Would be the first to say,

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  12. Who Will Cry?

    Heartfelt Poem About Someone Noticing Your Pain

    Who will cry for the little girl?
    A little girl is she.
    Who will cry for the little girl?
    The one with the broken home.

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  13. Be Happy For What You've Got

    Everything You Do Matters

    Help the homeless,
    Feed the poor.
    A job's a job,
    Even sweeping floors.

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    It's a great truth. Wish we could all see our lives just like you described it here. Good poem.
    Jac Judy A Campbell

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