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A dream
by Jennifer L Beaudoin

Thursday, November 11, 2010
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Bow your head

Reach out and embrace me

This tragic moment that cant escape me

The lonely ones left behind

I yearn for strength and compassion and mind

Although when I turn around nobody is there

Pieces of my soul has blown everywhere

Leaving me fragile and vulnerable within

Do I have an answer to why

I wish I did

I want to be the creator of my thoughts

Closing my eyes I want visions of a sunset in the distance

Not blood in the sand

What happened to the innocence

What’s happened to the man

Where is the ray of light

That can make me forget

The disrepair has gone on to long

Lets forget about the fight

Come home soldiers

We will try and fix the blemishes of war

The destruction of our country

It is so poor

So bow your head

Put your hands together

Speak silently to the maker

For all of this to be gone

For all of this tragic despair to wash away

Lets hope that it can happen soon if not today


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