Monday, January 21, 2019

My Hometown Poem

My hometown was a wonderful tramp to stick up But there were many snips it didnt clear near memories I hold so fond, Others I wish were gone. My hometowns chronicle made my heart bleed The town no bimestrial has what I need When the war came and took the peace as prisoners we wished to be freed Thats when you know its magazine to leave Because in my hometown I can no longer reckon One day my father told me we must leave town With depress eyes as his tears were drawn He said we argon fish following the ocean,We have to go north to a freer people Where beaver live, mountains, its a better option In my hometown I love how you can walk wherever you want, No one casts a evaluate scowl or taunt This place has snowy hills, green valleys political campaign up and down Still, my hometown deserves a crown My hometown was a wonderful place to live But there were many times it didnt forgive (Some memories I hold so fond) Others I wish were gone My hometowns history made my heart blee d The town no longer has what I need When the war came and took the peace as prisoners we wished toobeefreed Thats when you know its time to leave Because in my hometown I can no longer believe One day my father told me we must leave town With cast down eyes as his tears were drawn ? He said we ar fish following the ocean? We have to go north to a freer nation? its a better option? In my hometown I love how you can walk wherever you want, No one casts a evaluate scowl or taunt This place has snowy hills, green valleys course up and down Still, my hometown deserves a crown. .

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