If you need emergency assistance in the United States, call Suicide Prevention at (800) 273-8255 or the Veterans Crisis Line at (855) 238-5745. Otherwise call 911 or your local emergency number.

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   I'd like to write a rhyming poem,
where words just flowed and hearts could roam,
where minds entwined and thoughts just flowed,
from the simple words that I showed.
Is there something new I could write,
to fill one's soul with peaceful delight?
Or are there no new poems to come,
that haven't already been thought or done?
Where do all the verses come from
That bounce between the Earth and Sun?
Maybe we will know one day,
whether you write for work or play,
the verses were never tucked away,
they were part of your life all the time,
that now emerge within a rhyme.
It's not something you did just write,
it has always been within your sight.
So when the paper presents your reflections,
displaying life's pains, love or rejections,
never feel bad for what you did write,
for one person's pain yields so much insight.
Stanley Victor Paskavich/Stantasyland

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