Today poem by gabriela pearse

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today poem by gabriela pearse

Gabriela Pearse (Contributor of A Dangerous Knowing)

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My First Slam Poem - The Land of the Free

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Gabriela Pearse

Gabriela Pearse

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The poem is a very brief but poignant look at the desperate cry for help from a person in despair, and the ironic response with which this plea is met.
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