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REMEMBER MOON VISIT BY NOT RETURNING SOON

REMEMBER MOON VISIT BY NOT RETURNING SOON

Fifty one years ago we walked the moon

Now there are plans to return there soon

As time flies by, we celebrate each day at noon

While singing and whistling to a happy tune




Do we need to go back to that place

Or take care of our own human race

Time to put down the weapons and the mace

Before there are no humans, not even a trace




One person at a time is the way to start

Beginning the process by doing our part

Using our brain and our heart

Wow, that really does sound smart




Traveling again to the moon is a bad plan

Use our resources to help woman and man

Help others and become a  fan

In every way possible that we can



A POEM by Howard Diamond, New York State Certified Peer Specialist 
 

Howard Diamond CPS (Certified Peer Specialist)

Howard Diamond CPS (Certified Peer Specialist)

Howard Diamond, CPS (Certified Peer Specialist) is a hardworking Editorial Board Member and eager contributor to Mental Health Affairs. He has worked in various settings all over Long Island and New York State where he resides. His articles are layered with incredible profound insights into his health and state of being, which resonate with his audience do deeply struggling with their mental health and connection to the bigger world. Howard has a dedicated following of readers and he also writes for other websites on his lived experience and ongoing thoughts on mental health. We are happy to have him working with the site and being so gracious with his time, energy, and dedication to our site.
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