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December First (Jason Smith-Lafayette, LA)



  • For all the ones we loved so dear,
    For them we should never shead a tear.
    They are in the presence of our God's loving grace,
    Never to be harmed again by this human race.
    If you could put a face on all those who have died,
    Do you think you could have been a friend or even
    Tried?
    Would you help your fellow man in this time of need,
    Or would you walk by and watch them bleed?
    December 1st is world's AIDS day,
    Do you remember what you did or did you have a prayer to say?

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