Laura arwen


The honor


The honor i san
important thing but
it's not respected
The honor is a privilege
for the rich but they don't care about it
The honor you can have it if
you have got respect
The honor isn't
important for life
The honor is
a lead, a
keeper and a
pride
To have the
honor isn't a
fortune
For the honor
there are many
sentimental war
For to have
the honor we
need the faith
The honor is
a metal mask
God bless me
The honor is
a difficult matter
for everybody
The honor is
a special shaking
for the government
The honor is
powerful for the
poor
I think that
the dreamers have
got the honor
I defend
the honor cause
it is a
big person
Some people cry
for the honor
The honor induces
to form a
street-walker
The honor is
a candle of life
The honor is
a small donation
and a small
domination
The honor hasn't
got the control
cause there isn't
a feeling
The honor must
be historical
The honor isn't
a walk but
a commitment

Submitted: Wednesday, June 20, 2012

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  • Rookie - 264 Points Words' Knight (9/23/2012 2:35:00 PM)

    yes this a bright poem talking about the purifiying value of honour; that we are running out of it good job and well expresed thoughts go on. (Report) Reply

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