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  49.     

bThinking Disease

Runs of stubborness
Infringed on my vain
Patience came calling
Adding imperceptible pain

Cognizant rational came running
Spicing up the dual
Logic and reason intervened
Adding plenteous fuel

Concord with the stubborness
Objectively to please
Still stifled in stupor
My thinking disease
 
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  50.     

Chitterlings-Protect The Ones You Love

Down South we have a delicacy called.......
Chitterlings....yes....chitterlings!
Spelled chitlins or chittlins in vernacular.
Intestines and the rectum of a pig......
Turned inside out and washed with love.
You can boil um', stew um', or fry um'
We have a festival in South Carolina,
You can smell them cookin' 27 miles away!
This is when they say 'the sky is crying'.
Of course down South 'we clean the'_ _ _ _' out of chittlins!
They'll fill you up and make a man out of you!
So if you're ever in the South dropp by.....
And get you some good, down-home cookin!
You'll never forget the first....or last bite!
 
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  51.     

Dealing With Bullies

The lion picks out his gazelle for the kill,
As the herd stands around and watches.
'Well, he picked the weakest one I guess.'
The pack of hyenas pick out the Zebra to dissect,
As the rest of the herd stands around and watches.
'Well, she didn't really fit in to our group.'
The tiger picks out a weak, young water buffalo.
As the rest of he herd of buffalo approach the tiger.
' Well, we've had enough, they attack him.'
With tail in hand, he flees for his life!
 
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  52.     

Every Line

EVERY LINE IN MY FACE








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Yesterdays don't decide tomorrows
Thank God for all his grace
You can tell alot about a man
From the lines in his face
They speak like circles in the bark
Of a weeping willow tree
Just look closer at my face
And they'll tell you about me

Every line in my face could be as hook
For a sad country song
And every time that I embrace
Reminds how long she's been gone
Lifes been good, and lifes been bad
There's been joy, and misery
There; s been pain, and so much sorrow
And all the blessings, I couldn't see

Yesterdays don't decide tomorrows
Thank God for all his grace
You can tell alot about a man
From the lines in his face
I learned, to live in the moment
And I surrendered all to Him
No more days living in the fear
Now it's all crystal clear

Yesterdays don't decide tomorrows
Thank God for all his grace
You can tell alot about a man
From the lines in his face
They speak like circles in the bark
Of a weeping willow tree
Just look closer at my face
And they'll tell you about me
 
Barry A. Lanier
   
 
 
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