Treasure Island

Bri Edwards


It's Not Much But It Makes Me Feel Better.... [Humanitarian contributions; Personal; Very Short]


Come tomorrow I may spend a grand.
Sitting, writing checks, I'll make my "stand"....
against AIDS and poverty,
and inequality,
and loss of Nature.
I lend a hand.

(2-25-2006)

Submitted: Saturday, March 02, 2013

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i don't give a thousand dollars at one time, but over a year i gladly give more than that much to several non-profit and sometimes not-non-profit organizations which i hope make the world a better place for Mankind and Nature.

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  • Ellias Anderson (3/7/2013 9:39:00 AM)

    Dear Bri! this one is so amazing! so beautiful and meaningful. this short poem carries a perfect meaning by it's self. well done man, it's a nice gift to humanity
    my regards. (Report) Reply

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