Relax with a smile
still to know all the great while
learn to walk that extra mile
hearken onto a song
to help you get along
far from home
like a dog without it's bone
learning to take control
To pay for this death toll
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Mario William Vitale
Mario William Vitale is a twentieth century poet.
He has developed a style of free verse.
Has written over one thousand poems. more…
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