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The power of charity sows deep in my heart, and I reap and gather the wheat in bundles and give them to the hungry.
A few words
Could bring more than a sound
Touch the ears turn wry to golden smile
or sharper than a glass to cut into pieces
Alone but not lonely
Broke yet not poor
Down, yet not out
Smiling, but not laughing
Love is blind
Love is eyed
Love is sweet
Love is bitter
In the sea on the whale
The fishermen threw a pike,
The whale: I am harmless while
You are hurting me deadly deep,
Oh the Crocodile
Went to the dentist
And sat down in the chair,
And the dentist said, 'Now tell me, sir,
Some days I feel that 'life' just knocks me down,
Those harsh words said, your sharpness and your frown,
Remembering these things, what is the answer - how
Can I shake off those hurting actions now,
Oh! Where’s it for our crops?
We need the river water drops.
Where’s it for our thirst to clear?
Where are the tears, are they near?
They say dreams never do come true..
But they are wrong, I say they do
I dream of violence, I dream of hurt
I dream of children, they live in dirt
(Being the philosophy of many Soldiers.)
Sit on the bed; I'm blind, and three parts shell,
Life is a bright, long star boulevard,
Where you get good, when you work hard.
But Life is not a fantasy,
(Another version of "A Terre".)
To Siegfried Sassoon
Sit on the bed. I'm blind, and three parts shell.
Be careful; can't shake hands now; never shall.
Both arms have mutinied against me,-brutes.
My fingers fidget like ten idle brats.
If you believe in a higher being
And you know he sees it all
You go forward wth a confidence
Whether you rise or fall
I was visibly moved and perturbed
Out of gear completely and disturbed
Mind so much occupied and probed,
Hair straight up as if not combed,
My father is dead.
I who am look at him
who is not, as once he
went looking for me
Anger is directly proportional to the opponent
Yes it’s true we fight with the feeble
Today I saw this man shout and curse
They ask me what's wrong
I say I'm OK
I don't want them to worry
Tomorrow is another day
In my most hurting memory
you have got a place.
With other eyes I do you see
People never know who they're hurting nor why.
And yet the fastest justification somebody shoves
in your ears is, "But it's not hurting anybody. I should
get to do whatever I want to do."
Why do people hurt people? Why do we hurt?
We do hurt people because we get hurt.
We do hurt people because of; foolishness, selfishness, Greediness, jealousness, enviousness, dis-contentedness,
Some pains leads to happiness,
Some pains leads to sorrow,
Some pains leads without reasons.
Everywhere with your muse! ! Everyday with your mind; everything in life has a meaning.
Living on earth without hurting your neighbours! ! Learning always with the muse of righteous morals; Under the authority of righteous laws.
You need to tell me
the whole damn truth
she wouldn't mind
she will not care
As I was lying down here on the couch
my sweet dear I was and am
hurting for you so very bad.
I hurt for your company and your loving words,
When I know you're hurting
And your heart is in pain
The sun seems to go away
All it does is rain
Each passing night I've found solace
love is structured on instinct and knowledge
I could leave this tonight and feel the sting of a lifetime
We made a promise one day
among all ages genders and social classes
are people hurting, times and places differ,
circumstances differ, but pain is universal,
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