My call to young Aussies is to ask them to think
To remember their teachings and not take a drink
There is so much in life so don’t cut it short
If you drive when you drink no doubt you’ll be caught
Stimulation is high if you’re drunk at the wheel
A car full of mates and speeding to feel
The adrenalin rush as it spreads through your brain
There’s a crossing ahead and you haven’t yet seen the train
So much can go wrong at times just like these
You may not hit a train but then there are so many trees
Is it really worth the pain and the many years of regret
To speed through the streets playing Russian Roulette
Society accepts you shouldn’t drink when you drive
Safety at the wheel should be all that you strive
As no doubt there’s a chance of severe danger ahead
If you drink when you drive you may well end up dead
The law as it is, is there to protect all
Be the conscience of your mates and be sure to walk tall
You’re the sensible one; you stand out from the crowd
You’re the body of our future so please make us proud.
This poem was written/submitted by Gary Thompson.
The sky is so blue,
not a cloud to be seen.
The Earth is a painting
with every shade of green.
The chirping of birds,
as they gracefully fly by,
amidst the golden hue
of the lustrous sky.
The flowers are so fragrant,
the trees are their shield,
for under the scorching heat
a breeze they should feel.
The voices of children,
as they play in the park.
It is a definite sign,
summer has made its mark.
This poem was written/submitted by Anabela Loureiro.
I think I love him,
that’s what they said,
I told them I was jealous,
that he always hung around other girls,
but he was my best friend…
I couldn’t love him, could I?
He was my perfect person;
At least, in my point of view,
but why couldn’t he see?
I knew everything about him:
much more than her,
All I want to hear him say is,
“I love you too”.
This poem was written/submitted by Jessica.
You pretended to show you loved me,
Pretended to show you cared,
no shoulder to cry on,
No one to be there,
Love is something godly a parent can show,
shall you love me?
Its not an emotion,
only a scene.
Love is something only a father can sow,
show me you love me,
pretend you care,
But when you need me,
i will not be there.
Never gona let,
you see me like this writing,
i dont need regret!
Thinking of dad.
never gonna let him make me sad.
This poem was written/submitted by Angel.O..
Everything i do is for u
everything i think is of u
pls let me know what should i do
i want u and only u
I LOVE U
baby i want u to say yes
i want u to be mine
even if u say no
i will wait
till the very late
bcz i know ur the one, u r the girl
whom i want whom i love
i want no one else pls be mine
i love u and only u
LOVE HAPPENS ONLY ONCE REST IS JUST LIFE.
This poem was written/submitted by from:- AMAN MISHRA n i want 2 dedicate this poem to shivangi............the girl that i loved d most......n i keep waiting for her forever........n ever........n ever.
I’ve loved…but it was taken for granted and so was I…
I’ve cared…but was ignored and forgotten…
I’ve devoted time…but never really noticed…
I reached out…but he remained so distant…
I tried to hold on…but he gave me up…
I suffered…but he remained deaf, mute and blind…
He was mine in words but never really his love.
This poem was written/submitted by AL Corpuz.
Far away in the corner, away from ones sight
As the moon rises into the night,
Shadowed by the dark, silenced by the breeze
Tucked far beneath the branches of the flowing trees.
Huddled, cold and hungry she waits
Not knowing what” will be her fate,
She knows it’s a struggle to just stay alive
All she wants is to be happy, hopeful and thrive.
She whispers to god and waits in silence
For the answers she desperately seeks.
Slightly battered confined to a small space,
She knows she must find a safer place.
Till then she’ll stay…
Far away in a corner, away from ones sight
As the moon rises into the night.
Shadowed by the dark
Silenced by the breeze, she waits
This poem was written/submitted by Judy Strelek.