Monthly Archives: September 2011

trust and love

Sometimes we all love and get hurt And for some that makes us a little shy To trust someone enough to love again The pain makes it something we don’t want to try If you don’t use your heart because … Continue reading

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face the facts

Take the time to look around and see The fact that homeless people are in your city And that this problem will not just go away That is what I’m trying to say Homelessness is a fact that we all … Continue reading

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looking for a job

The tears fall but no one will see Because they belong to a man on the street Who tried to find a simple kind of work But the employer’s criteria he didn’t quite meet He’s trying to start a new … Continue reading

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a simple idea

There’s a saying I’ve read once or twice That is simple, direct and kind of nice It explains my perspective as of yet There are no strangers just friends you haven’t met These simple words carry such a voice That … Continue reading

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look at us

A man without a home of his own A mother with no food for her child And teenagers out on the streets not know This is the streets crazy and wild A child sits on the corner asking for change … Continue reading

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the forgotten ones

You see them on the street everyday Rarely do you listen to what they say Because they are as dirt in your mind Something that should be left far behind Do you ever stop to think about why Someone is … Continue reading

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friends

We all on the street need friends To the homeless they are our family And when our problem has no ends Friends help us to see things clearly. Without friends out here you’re alone And for most that is not … Continue reading

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