The Man Without The Window - Poem by George Price
There's a man without the window
Wrapped in cold and thin.
Why not throw open the doors
And let the stranger in?
Why isolate the weirdo
Who, without his threadbare coat
Is no different from you
In your deep and darkened moat.
So welcome in the stranger
Call him friend again
Let the world come in as equals
And our equality no class maim.
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