Isaac Watts
Southampton / England
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Against Scoffing And Calling Names

Rating: 2.8
Our tongues were made to bless the Lord,
And not speak ill of men:
When others give a railing word,
We must not rail again.

Cross words and angry names require
To be chastised at school;
And he's in danger of hell-fire
That calls his brother fool.
But lips that dare be so profane
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Ratnakar Mandlik 18 November 2016
Taming of thee tongue. A superb conceptualization in the form of this great song. Thanks for sharing it here.
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Indira Renganathan 18 November 2016
Another superb poem for children... I wish every boy and girl read this...I hope they follow the moral therein....this poet has a great heart of concern for the society- 10+++++
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