Kids' Table

Poem By Greg Gaul

Smooth as butter
The land's a war spoil
Winged like eagles
Remember a child
Can feel safe
In the haven of a home

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Bravo! What a well penned and poignant write embedded wih the thruth. This short but powerful write clearly shows your potential in the Poetry World! 10+++ Thank you for sharing and keep it up! God Bless You! Romeo from New York City!

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