Gentle Man - Poem by Danny Hammell
Show those around that you are kind
Be sight for those that may be blind
And carry those that cannot walk
And speak for those that cannot talk.
Give most to those that do not give
Show life to those that hate to live.
Become the strength for those so weak
And be the light when life is bleak.
And always be that helping hand
And be the one to understand
Become the sight you wish to see
A sight that others aim to be.
As long as you are firm, but fair
Respect will follow, everywhere.
And when you’re kind through life’s tough plan
You'll earn the title; gentle man.
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