kwane Lamb

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True Or False - Poem by kwane Lamb

Really animals do have it made.
Feeding them comes directly from God.
With us(people being the middle men)

Now give that a twist or two in your head.
People are always complaining
Never really wanting to compromise

And they pet themselves on the back
And that they are wise...?
I wonder what a birds eye view would be...

Let me see, says the bird:
'After hearing people feeling sorry for themselves
Whenever I am in ear shot..

Some how that just thicking's the human plot,
The humans have and have and not's.
After work they made go lay in the shade

Bitching: (is when one person can't seem to share with the other
But yet and still animals are fed.
...can people say that much of themselves?
Yet I am a bird and I share what I can.
And may just wake up some day as someone's
Oooo, La, la!
Look at her driving that big car,
While people in a distance place who can't really get to far

Draught is not as catching to all
Nor does it has sex appeal.
Look at him drinking his coffee everyday

While plotting on a friend or two...during his day
Killing each other for sport, fun, anger and whatever else
People deem that is correct.

Really we animals are dumb...
But damn!
Check where the human's are coming from.
I've heard a human speak of someone in passing

A jack and a they both rolled down a hill?
Now most human children grow up and kill.

Just a birds luck...

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 26, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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