Les Sans-Abris / The homeless

Whether we are writing in French or English, the homeless are never too far from our mind. On reading about the sorry plight of Lee Halpin who lost his life when trying to experience at first hand a homeless existence , I decided to resurrect some of my poems on homelessness. .

 Condolences to his family and friends. We never got to know them probably because this poor man, an investigative journalist, sadly didn't get to live long enough, not unlike some of the sorry subjects he felt deeply for.


I had written quite a few poems on homelessness so if anyone needs to use them for their charity, just let me know.


About angeleannandrews

I am Anglo Maltese and live in Surrey with my husband and son. I have been teaching languages for almost 30 years. Having been trained in Anthropology, I have social issues at heart. When I was nearing 50, I wished to use my talents to make money for charity. I have created 50 photo-poems which will be featuring on this site. If you wish to encourage my effort, please give a small donation to ShelterBox http://www.justgiving.com/user/23773460 after reading my poems. Many people are out there actually tackling the world's problems. We may not be able to join them but every little helps.Thanks a million! Angie
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