Disability Poem by Nancy Hall
Author: Nancy Hall : Contact: Disabled World
Published: 2018-11-14 : (Rev. 2018-11-27)
Synopsis and Key Points:
This poem by Nancy Hall shows just how lonely some individuals with disabilities can get as they are often abandoned by those they love the most.
This poem by Nancy Hall shows just how lonely some individuals with disabilities can get as they are often abandoned by those they love the most...
What I am.
Ask me to stay,
Yet I go home
By night known.
© Nancy Hall
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