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A Mother's CryHalf a child died today
As the blood still passes by
From a hole far away
And these pink tears cry
The mother cries in pain
Scrapes and then screams
Calling the child's name
And how much a life means
The mother is tired
She needs her rest
Beaten, yet still admired
She has done her best
In the largest hole the babe did fall
Out came the blood, surprising us all
It fell on the hard cold floor
And left the mother, crying, feeling sore
Thirty days and the pain comes way
Only to come again another day
What I dislike the mostI dislike a lot of things. I say dislike, because hate is a very strong word; I view it much like I view the word love. Both love and hate, are feelings that can last forever. Therefore, I dislike a lot of things. Some things I dislike are; senseless acts of cruelty, people hurting each other, war, red necks in the white house, intolerance, ignorance, stupidity… However, out of all of these things there is nothing I have learned to dislike more, and even, dare I say… "hate", is hollow and meaningless conversations.
Why? It's creating distance with people. We learn to lie to one and another just to make conversation. We're not being true to ourselves or our friends in any of these conversations.
You know exactly what I'm talking about. I've estimated the average human being has a total of five meaningless conversations a day.
"How are you?"
"I'm good, and you?"
"I'm doing well, thanks, how is your girlfriend?"
"She's doing well."
"That's great. What's up with you?"
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