Joseph T. Renaldi
A Sense Of Kindness - Poem by Joseph T. Renaldi
A little bit of compassion lives
Within our heart each day,
When you decide to perform a kindly deed
In a most sincere and honorable way.
Why should we save our kindness
For just one special time?
A person needs love, caring, and acceptance
When their sense of belonging is in a bind.
Extend a helping hand to those in need,
And give them hope and comfort this day.
Often the things that mean the most
Aren't those for which we must pay.
A sense of kindness has not yet faded,
Concern for the needy is still in the heart,
And will grow stronger throughout the year
If we all join together to do our part.
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