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kwane Lamb

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Nature And Origins

Why is trusting so difficult…
To much…demonology…not enough…
Many using self abuse… psychology…
As…the carpenter blames his tools…
For his bad works…
Denial on another level, how clever…
Sugar coated abuse…just another label…
For the (feel sorry for me) table…
Well! …God helps those who helps themselves…
The solid proof is…you…no doubt…
Don’t pout…pull your head out of your…
Exhaust pipe…damn the roses…
Just smell something…why ask for fish…
When you can learn to catch fish…
You betcha …
Sink your teeth into that…
Which is… trust worthy…
Grab those boot straps…
Become the winner…of that inner battle…
Stop the straddle…
Now…right now…God is not …
The liar…lack of self is…


Submitted: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
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no lie no cry

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  • Rookie - 261 Points Adeline Foster (9/18/2013 1:18:00 PM)

    Hey, thanks for the comment on mine. This one seems a little enigmatic although I did enjoy the tour through the list of maxims and had a giggle or two. Even though Benjamin Franklin may have thought it a cleaver witticism that ‘God helps those who help themselves’, there is no evidence to support the conviction nor any evidence that God himself ensured such. You did end on great tip-off.
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