Cecelia Weir

Rookie - 47 Points (March 19,1955 / Fayette, Alabama)

Do You?


Some people misunderstand themselves
They think everybody is just like them.

Some people misunderstand themselves
They think nobody is like them.

Some people understand themselves
They believe only they are special.

Some people understand themselves
And believe that everyone is special.

Some people don't think nothing
They just live from day to day.

Some people don't think anything
And never have nothing to say.

Some people do know the difference
But choose not to do anything.

Some people know the difference
And try to change you and everything.

Some people see and know it all
And wait for change to fill the space.

Some people see and know it all
To make the world a better place.

Do you fully live daily
And gladly improve to change your ways.

Do you fully live daily
Knowing the price for life is paid.

Submitted: Friday, July 13, 2012

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