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All I Can Do
by Cheryl B Sellers
Tuesday, September 30, 2003

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all I can do
is all I can do
when you call upon me
to do more then I can do
then that is on you
for all I can do
is all I can do
when I have done all I can do
then I have done all I can do
I will not answer to you or anyone
all I can do
is all I can do
to my own self, is the only one I have to be true
but I will take the time to explain this to you
ALL i CAN DO
IS ALL i CAN DO


 

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Reviewed by Joanna Leone 8/26/2008
I could be wrong, but I am sensing that in this poem, you may be wary or tired of a particular situation, as you may have already tried many different things to solve a problem. Is it that you have solved a particular problem, but now you can not do any more in the situation? Or is it that you have finally decided to make your own choices and do "whatever you can do??" I am very interested in this poem.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 9/30/2003
If all you can do is all you can do is so defeatist. I bet you REALLY meant that all you can do is all you WANT to do. I could be wrong though.
Reviewed by Toris Okotie 9/30/2003
very true, all you can do, what more can you do than all that you can do?
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