Treasure Island

jay castro

(july 6,1994 / redlands)

Let Us


Let us stop, Let us pray, Let us remember who we are. Let us be who we really are, Let us stop and pray for “YOU”, Let’s stop and pray for others too. Why not pray for others in need, Let us stop for one second, And pray for all. Let us stop and help people in need, Let us be helpful for all in need, Let us not be mean. Let us not be hateful, Let us be one happy family?

Submitted: Sunday, June 02, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013
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I Wrote This Poem Because I Know How The World Is And How We Should All Stop And Be Helpful

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