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If I could.

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Fairy Princess
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since 07-19-2000
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Fitchburg Ma, USA


0 posted 07-20-2000 11:20 AM       View Profile for Fairy Princess   Email Fairy Princess   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Fairy Princess's Home Page   View IP for Fairy Princess

If I could..
I'd show the world that I'm a strong girl,
I'd show everyone that my disability can't stop me.

If I could..
I'd change this "world" we live in,
Make dreams come true and make people happier.

If I could..
I'd bring my dad back,
He wouldn't have an Illness.

If I could..
I'd remake the "world" better,
Where everyone would be happy no sickness.

© Copyright 2000 Minna - All Rights Reserved
Kit McCallum
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since 04-30-2000
Posts 16920
Ontario, Canada


1 posted 07-20-2000 07:47 PM       View Profile for Kit McCallum   Email Kit McCallum   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kit McCallum

Oh Fairy Princess ... if I could make it happen for you ... I would. Tender thoughts, and nicely penned.

Best wishes,
/Kit
StarPryncess17
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since 05-31-2000
Posts 944
Colorado


2 posted 07-20-2000 10:21 PM       View Profile for StarPryncess17   Email StarPryncess17   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit StarPryncess17's Home Page   View IP for StarPryncess17

My fellow Princess, such wonderful thoughts as Kit says, I too wishy I could make this happen. I've never had to live with a disability but I too have an illness, anorexia. Not even remotely close to what you have to deal with, but I do hope that someday, the world will learn. And I hope that the world will also "wish they could...make it all better." Kudos to your wishes and writing hun! Love Ya~ Love Always~*~Jessica~*~


*~* I wIsH I wAs A LiTTlE gIrL aGaIn; SkInNeD kNeEs AnD bRuIsEd ElBoWs ArE eAsIeR tO hEaL tHaN a BrOkEn HeArT!*~*


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AngelShell
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since 03-01-2000
Posts 526
not heaven nor hell so...


3 posted 07-21-2000 04:06 AM       View Profile for AngelShell   Email AngelShell   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for AngelShell

How sad!!
I hate reading poetry that makes me sad but at the same time I like it because I know that if it's making me sad then it has some real emotion behind it.  If you can makes sense of that!!
Your poem was written from the heart and that is one of the best ways you can write.
Writting about something that you hold so dear to you or that caused you so much pain can sometimes be very hard.  You have to 'relive' that pain so you can convey it into your poem and I find that is a very hard thing to do so I have to congratulate you very highly for doing it so well!!
Keep up the great work.

Love Always,
Shell.
Artic Wind
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4 posted 12-02-2007 08:24 PM       View Profile for Artic Wind   Email Artic Wind   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Artic Wind

Enjoyed

ARCTIC WIND
 
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