Your Poem: Imagine.
Swishing and swaying in hail, rain and snow Imagine in summer a fantastic glow Imagine it all before life began Imagine a baby in a mother's womb Just like a forest it will flourish and bloom It has all the necessities nature provides Well nourished and safe with a right to survive Just like the forest perfect and clean Along comes a baby a mother's dream Then imagine the forest destroyed by a storm The dream would be shattered and sad for all Imagine the baby it needs to grow It's nourished,protected and helped to glow Then along comes a drug storm sometimes unseen It destroys our children and shatters our dreams Imagine an answer if only I could But drugs destroy lives and should be nipped in the bud.
Mary Mullen, Everton
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||May 10, 2004|
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