Treasure Island

Ace Of Black Hearts

(04/17/1984 / Homa Lousiana)

Show The World You Still Care.


I challenge you, talk to me, talk to him, talk to her, talk to anyone, talk to everyone.
Do not be afraid I think it is exactly what our society needs.
Not just pretty little phrases with smiling faces, but people who care.
I challenge each and everyone of you.
Show others that you are not so different.
Not so different, no not so different after all.
When I stumble, when I fall, I always hoped my friends would be there to catch me, but where are they now, all in there own separate little worlds without a single care of what of others might being going through.
So I challenge you...
Show the world you still the care.

Submitted: Saturday, May 04, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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I feel there is to much indifference in this world, and I think more people should care about each other. Yet they don't. So this a challenge to anyone reading the poem not be so numb. A challenge for human to care about another human. Though I'm not sure how serious anyone going to take it.

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