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Without Borders

bySammael Bard©

Lonely is the road,
None is the company.
I'm here all alone,
With only stars to accompany.

I fight my own war
Every single day.
Life won’t be easy,
That's what they said.

What do I do, you ask?
I help those in need
However menial the task.
A Doctor without border,
It is noble…noble indeed.

Very few share my vision
Of a world, free of unrest.
Sometimes, all alone in my head
I wonder if it was worth
All the sacrifices I've made.

My doubts clear when I see
That child smiling
And her mother crying
Thanking me for saving
Her child who was dying.

This is my humble fee
For the things I gave.
A smile of gratitude
From the people I save.


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