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A Dent To Your Pride

A truism from the past worthy of recall
The familiar old saying pride comes before a fall
And nothing more humbling to you than a dent to your pride
When your ego from shame it has nowhere for to hide
The loss of pride it can be quite a humbling thing
And in the mind of the proud one be a mental sting
A loss of pride does come with a loss of face
As few proud people can accept being humbled with grace
Of a little pride everyone is in need
But too much of it can be the seed

Of arrogance and haughtiness and it does seem sad to say
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Monday, August 26, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: pride
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