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by ROLTE, United States Oct 19, 2007
Health , Child & Youth Rights   Poetry


Abandon Child I waited days, I waited nights,
abandon by the filthiest site.
I needed help, to be alright
You saw my eyes and walked away.
I waited days, I waited long
I awaited for a better song,
but never heard a single one.
I wanted sun, to dry me warm,
it didn't shine upon my loin.
I needed health, to be my wealth..
So this life can be a cheer.
I needed food for a day
But never had a cent to pay.
I needed you, to take me home
you did relent, but walked again.
Ooh! now I feel awfully ill
Sitting weak upon my feet,
caz everyone abandoned me
when I needed a home to in
only God destroyed the shame.



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Emmanuel Saye Blimie I am. I was born October 1, in Liberia. I fled Liberia during the civil crisis, and resided in Ivory Coast, Guinea and at last in Ghana for few years in the Buduburam Refugee Camp before I was taken to the United States as a refugee.

I lived in Philadelphia for limited months and attended Northeast High School on Coleman Avenue, and later on moved to Minnesota and graduated park center senior high school.

I attended North Hennepin Community College in Brooklyn Park Minnesota for about two years with a scholarship and transferred to Southwest Minnesota State University where I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration.

I went on, to Nova Southeastern University in Florida for my MBA in Management.

I am also the author of: What's In Me Comes Alive! and Ideal Recipe for Striking It Rich. I am a member of National Scholars Honor Society, CEO and Founder of Reach Out Locally Together and Educate or ROLTE, a non-profit organization that serves as the central organization of student run organizations Leaders.

As an encouragement to youth my age, I say : "Do not wait until sunset to work. No matter your current state in life, what community you live in, what family you are from, how broke you are, work while the sun is young on what you love, work on your passion because you will have adequate time to re-do errors and success will come no matter how long as long as you do not give up working on it everyday. "
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