Donna Nimmo


Kindness - Poem by Donna Nimmo

Kindness is so hard to find
It's an uncut diamond in a mine
It's a jewel so valued by most
Where it's found, you find god the host
Walking in love comes easy for me
I love my fellow man, that's gods love you see
He still loved the ones, that scorned and hurt him
Chances most peoples love like that, are very slim
A smile isn't that hard to manage
A frown or a scowl can cause someone damage
There are none on earth who haven't felt pain
But with kindness, so much to gain!


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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 28, 2005



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