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All this Disaster
by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
Monday, October 10, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Enjoy your next second, minute and hour. Life might turn real sour. Joy becomes a flower, enjoyed in a glass tower.

It isn't hard to
feel plastered,
this world seems to be
so disastered.
Terrible events here,
horrible events there,
humans getting plastered

Buried alive under cement,
natural disasters offer no relent.
Washed away by Katrina,
victims living in the arena.
Stupid terrorist out killing,
crooks on the street stealing.

I avoid the kill,
stay away from the steal.
Know that lifes unstable,
personally stay able.
Sit back and wait my turn,
live it up with concern,
knowing sooner of later
I might burn.

Can't live worrying about dying,
no use wiping tears and crying.
At times I cry,
there are many reasons why.
Many times I smile,
act like a playing child.
But don't get too wild.
I live in the second,
might survive another,
I reckon.


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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/11/2005
You said this well Grady!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by jude forese 10/10/2005
you always seemed as a true survivor ... excellent poem!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/10/2005
Grady you are a boost to the spirit! Love this one, fantastic verse in rhyme!Thank you!

Reviewed by Jane Rodway 10/10/2005
:) Love that last line! Good attitude shown here, we gotta live each day like there is no more tomorrow- like Goethe said, "Nothing is worth more than this day."

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