Thanks, but No Thanks

Someone sits at a desk making decisions

that affect other’s lives with only paperwork,

no human faces to plead their case.

This is to “help” my family.

We don’t need that kind of help.

Maybe this someone should have been

in our home last night as we held our

two crying children. Maybe this someone should

have seen my 11 year old son try to give his

dad the $75 dollars in his piggy bank to

help us move.

Thanks but no thanks.  We don’t need

your kind of help.

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