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This poem describes how I feel about certain people in my life. It conveys the message of friendship through a hero's eyes. This poem is dedicated to all those unsung heroes out there who don't consider themselves a hero, yet people in their life do. I believe that the unsung heroes in the world today are one of the most important kind of people.
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You may not consider yourself,
But you may very well be
A leader, a winner,
For all the world to see.
In the eyes of others,
You are a martyr.
You have received recognition,
And you have worked harder.
But why ? Why all the praise?
I have done nothing but kept my word,
To a dear friend who needed me,
In every incidence that occurred.
But friend, I tell you, you are a hero.
You helped me see the light.
When I had no eyes,
You saved me, and you were my sight.
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