Thursday, May 15, 2008

Human Rights.


I lost my sight
Because I had no rights

I lost my soul
In a pitiful hole

I lost my heart
Because I played no part

I lost my mind
In all the unkind

If I could breathe
I would not grieve

If I could sing
It would be Spring

If I could shout
I would have no doubt

And if I was free
I could be me.



Copyright Jane Turley 2008

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful and poignant. So well put.
    I love this Jane Turley too.

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  2. Jane - you beautiful woman . I love this .

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  3. concise and poignant...very well portrayed..

    I'm a sucker for poetry

    congrat's

    eddie

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  4. Very impressive and very to the point. It is sad that this kind of poem even needs to be written because governments are so uninterested in doing anything real to stop it.

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  5. So appropriate for the day! Crisp, clear, and concise! We all know where your heart is. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Hey thanks Onedia; sometimes the things we do on the spur of the moment, as I did this, turn out better than expected...

    Thank you Master Sy.. a serious comment from Master Sy is greatly appreciated.(But I luvvv the funny ones too!)

    Why thank you Mr Intrepid.....I'm glad you liked one of Mrs T's more reflective moments...

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