Invisable Children

For once think about the world
Where we live, who we are, and why we're here?
Think about those who know those questions but out of fear never answer
They talk and spread like a disease of fear, death, and sorrow,
throughout the life of children.
Child soldiers, what a horrid thing, a disgrace to mother nature, a sad
story of hope and dismay.
Do they ever think it will end?
The suffering, the pain, the death in which they all end.
Running with no place, no end.
Through the day, not at night for they may find a horrifying sight.
Some say they are Africans, Pakistanians, and Sudan's but they are People,
they own the right to live in peace and harmony.
But only people in which are stupid and ignorant can take which is
theirs away.

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AngelsKiss This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Feb. 7, 2012 at 9:06 am
It has meaning and it has depth, not only does the message you portray is good, the way you strung everything together is the finsihing touch, like icing on a cake, please read and comment on some of my poems:)
Schoolrulesonoccations said...
Feb. 28, 2011 at 9:34 pm
Hope People like this!!!! Its my first one! I would love helpful hints for the following ones to come thanks!!!
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