Night And Fog

Poem By Matt Greenblatt

What would you say?
If all of your possessions were suddenly taken away.
Would you cry and curse god?
Or, be thankful that it was only things that were cast astray?

What would you do?
Would you rebuild?
Or, would you bid this world adieu?

What would you say?
To someone whose heart had been broken in two.
Would you tell them to toughen up, and smile?
Or would you get on your knees with them and cry awhile?

What would you do?
Would you tell that it will all be okay?
Or would you tell them that no matter what I still love you?
What would you say?
What would you do?
If all of this had happened to you.

What?

JPM 10/29/2007

Comments about Night And Fog

Really great, even i am thinking about the questions


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