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Every Morning MAG
Every morning I wake up wondering
what worries I'll have for the day.
Will I have a fight with a friend?
Will a relative die? Will my boyfriend
break up with me? Will I fail a test?
Will I get sick? Those are my little everyday
worries. But what about the "seem-like-forever"
worries. Drugs, AIDS, Alcohol, Abuse,
Neglect, Murder, Pollution, Recycling,
the Homeless, and my worst worry, War.
Why is the world such a horrible place?
This is my home, not a Death Trap. There
are so many people out there who don't care
about the problems of the world today.
It's up to us kids now, and I don't think
we can do it alone.... n