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Be A Hero

Are you ok if tomarrow is the end? Would you be a hero for someone in need? Would you care, or stand and watch? If you knew you could make a difference, would you? If you were one vioce, and this was the last chance to be heard, would you take advantage of the moment and scream out your the word? Would you help someone who you dispised? Would you help someone when you have enough on your plate as it is? Would you help a homeless person find a home, and give them food? If you were with your friends and they were making fun of a person who would be considered a geek or nerd, which side would you be on? would you sacrafice your time to help another, no matter how late it is or who it is? The world would be a better place it we just helped each other...I know that sounds impossible, but in reality...nothing is impossible if we just put our minds to it and stop being selfish. If we took the time to help someone, then they would probably take the time to help someone else and so on. But it takes more than one person to make a diffrence. It takes all of us. If we did this earlier we might not have had so many wars, therefore so many deaths. If we took the time to do something that really matters the world would be a safer and nicer place to live. I might only be sixteen but that doesn't mean I don't know anything. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that we have to care in order to make the world a better place. here are some facts that will maybe encourage you to send this poem to others so that we can make a difference and save some lives......1.) In a recent national survey of students in grades 6 to 10,13% reported bullying others,11% reported being the target of school bullies, and another 6% said they bullied others and were bullied themselves. 2.) Teen bullying can lead teenagers tense, anxious, and afraid. Some teens feel compelled to take drastic measures, such as carrying weapons to school for protection or violent revenge. Others in desperation even consider suicide. 3.) By 2002,28% of the woman who had reported depression symptoms in 1995 said they'd experienced dating violence or injury from a partner, compared with only 18% of woman who didn't report depression. 4.) 1,439 teens will attempt sucicide in the next 24 hours.6 of them will end in death. 5.) Remember that any ongoing conflicts between a parent and child can fuel the fire for a teen who is feeling isolated, misunderstood, devalued, or suicidal. Get help to air family problems and resolve them in a construcive way. 6.) at last count, there were more than 24,500 different gangs around the country, and more than 772,500 teens and young adults were members of gangs. Some gang members are as young as 12, the average age is about 17 to 18 years old. 7.) Teens join gangs for a variety of reasons. Some are seeking excitment; others are looking for prestige, protection, a chance to make money, or a sense of belonging.---If we make a chioce to be the voice for those who won't speak up for themselves, how many lives would we save? If it was ur kid who got shot because of a disgruntal teen was being picked on and decided to bring a gun to shcool. so please spread the mesage to care and be a hero.
Jessica Elizondo

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Everyone seems to have a hero
But, I don't
It seems no one wants to save me
They want me to keep running
They want me to be afraid of every corner
I don't want to be afraid anymore
So please, If you are my hero
Come Save Me
Alyssa Ray

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Fade To Black

Fade To Black

©Copyright 2008 Sarah-Laney Long: All Rights Reserved!

Over Generations afar and throughout time, there have always been heroes.

Rugged and narrow was the path that they chose. We believed in them and hoped they’d remain… These heroes lived for their cause and died for our gain.

However, some of them failed and left our hearts. They died with old dreams and they scattered in parts. They died right along with the life they once lived…they were corrupted to death by the things they did.

If only the Angels could pay for their soul…to quickly bring back what the darkness stole. Through toll and torture of character that came, they lose everything and forfeit their name.

Memories they have, but hearts they lack. Once as white, they fade to black.
SarahLaney Long

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Dear Dr. Nelson Mandela

Congratulations on your landslide victory! This crowning glory of your grand inauguration, Gives your people their well-desired satisfaction. "Namhla si ne elikhulu inhlahla, Ngoba nangu uPresident wethu uRolinhlahal." Here is the real hero: Dr. Nelson Mandela. Here is the ideal hero: Dr. Nelson Mandela. As this country's State President, He is its first resident: For, he has won the majority votes through the ballot papers, Exactly as predicted by many of this country's major newspapers. As head of this fledgling state, He does not other races hate. He does not want the majority, To be ruled by the minority: Although he know that: Truth does not necessarily depend upon the majority, But may also be held by the minority: If such truth depends solely on impartiality, And no ton vested interests and partiality, If such truth is fundamentally undeniable and based on objectivity, To ensure the exclusion of all such forms of exclusivity. But in politics, social justice, economics, true democracy, fairness and peace depend on the majority, To this basic principle of justice, they must bow down those who are in the minority. He is the champion of the cause of the poor. He is also promising politician who is a doer. He is not a bit opposed to this people being freely Christianized; For, Christianity goes hand in glove with being better and eternally civilized: For, only proper and fitting fruitful education, authentic and credible Christianity can produce a lasting and enduring civilization, For, the attainment of spiritual and guaranteed by Christianization. His faith, hope, knowledge of history, politics and law sustained his high frustration tolerance, For, the love for his people, God, liberation and freedom also nourished his perseverance. He exudes a personality that is likeable and pleasant. With the needs of his people he is well conversant. He is liked for his pleasant personality and refined humour. He just does not believe in hearsay evidence or rumor. He is always in a cheerful mood. Moderately though, he does take his food. He does not use his position to horde money. His political speeches and words are not phoney. He works with ardour and untiring zeal, For the love of his people's weal. For the truth, fairness and justice he will always firmly stand, He will ably guide and lead his people in their fatherland. As a politician he is keen and shrewd. As a leader, he strictly condemns amongst his followers, lawlessness, For no human being has in his behavior shown flawlessness. In his political leadership, he strictly follows the rule of law, As a human being, he also has many a minor flaw. He is not given to outbursts of anger, For that is for his person a danger, Nor is he irritable, Neither is he irascible. He has a pricking conscience, Formed by the sacred science. He hates injustice, Bias and prejudice. He is always not proud. He does not talk loud.
Godwins Ratlabala

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