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The Forgotten

Bryan kiser 1989 (Benton harbor, Michigan)

There were a time of them that was once known
Life throw a curb ball and sadly they struck out
No team or real love to show steps to go up
The world is cold as winter, like the eyes that look past in disgust.
Humanity! Humanity! We scream, but actions are surrounded by society's lust
Man and woman mean something in a world where they feel wanted
The comfort zone is home
Everyone around makes you comfortable
There's no Place like home!!
Says the mind
One left turn and you are forsaken sent to a place that has no guarantees.
Days are short and nights are never safe
In the eyes you see a want for peace
The souls cries a thousand times for you and me
To help the Forgotten, no matter what steps we have to take
Unity
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Submitted by Gloryroad89 on January 07, 2021

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Bryan kiser

I'm a young inspired poet from Michigan.My writing is about life and it's lessons I've had to learn. more…

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