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Roses are red
Mexicans are brown
thats my race
so don't put it down! !
By the fishing hole
Didn't bring..don't need
...No fishing pole
Not even my pride shall suffer much;
Not even my pride at all, maybe,
If this ill-timed, intemperate clutch
Be loosed by you and not by me,
Why is my verse so barren of new pride?
So far from variation or quick change?
Why with the time do I not glance aside
To new-found methods, and to compounds strange?
Behind the facade of our big egos we constantly do hide
And pride of five letters is only that just pride
And some will even tell you pride comes before a fall
From life we have been learning from before we learned to crawl,
Seated to the left of Satan
Come forth the biggest fool
That walked among men
Behold the fool that fooled
O man of pride, do come down from your heights!
’Tis lonely sitting in a chair like that;
The dizziness could cause you sleepless nights;
Please condescend, come down to us to chat.
Oh Pisa tower
through the ages
a symbol of pride
En ces temps merveilleux où la Théologie
Fleurit avec le plus de sève et d'énergie,
On raconte qu'un jour un docteur des plus grands,
Pride is a sort of self-respect and personal worth
Feel of self -superiority and blaming others as unworthy
Ever feels thy safe, and self-defense
Pride of thy power and dignity commence
Voice of my Pride
Everyday I wake up
With the dream, be top
Puny pride parades pomposity
Pounding its cherished chest in a quest
To increase celerity and luminosity
Thereby eating its substance and balance into a pesky pest.
Pride prunes progress
Furnishing fibres for the fall
Fertilizing distress and stress in the race
For a condemnation crash against a wizadry wall.
A truism from the past worthy of recall
The familiar old saying pride comes before a fall
And nothing more humbling to you than a dent to your pride
When your ego from shame it has nowhere for to hide
I don't wanna be
what you are trying to make me
Of all the clothes that men (women)wear
Pride is the garment of lost Souls
Overly priced and over polished
Pride out shines all virtues
Pride grows with power or wealth.
Pride grows with skill and knowledge
Pride grows without these also.
Humility too is a form of pride.
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