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  1.     

Pride

Pride struck the pose; the bugle hailed
And bid them stand a little taller - ‘Chest out! '
They'd fought their battles years ago ‘You know,
When I were a lad, we ‘ad it bad! '
And e'er the stories came - raging battles,
Rations, lice and all! Survival MEANT
Survival in the field - oh yes, the message
Travelled home! But I could listen - smitten
By the tales in old and craggy faces,
Pushing up the pride in bushy brows -
Forever; standing up together with a rank of
Men that did us proud…
But now the pectoralis major screamed
The order ‘Shen! ' and other spiky words.

And though attrition in the numbers brought
The annual tears, comfort always came in
One evergreen line: We Shall Remember Them





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Mark R Slaughter

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Truth And The Devil

The devil unstoppably took pride in salaciously writing; the book of obnoxious caste-creed and venomously penalizing hatred,

The devil unstoppably took pride in acrimoniously writing; the book of indiscriminate bloodshed and disastrously traumatizing ruthlessness,

The devil unstoppably took pride in vengefully writing; the book of tyrannical devastation and lecherously bellicose orphaning,

The devil unstoppably took pride in fretfully writing; the book of vindictive war and satanically criminal holocausts,

The devil unstoppably took pride in maliciously writing; the book of coldblooded barbarism and manipulatively bizarre malice,

The devil unstoppably took pride in forlornly writing; the book of worthless ghosts and mortuaries brutally anointed with fresh blood,

T The devil unstoppably took pride in indigently writing; the book of nonchalant spuriousness and fecklessly insipid meaninglessness,

The devil unstoppably took pride in torturously writing; the book of ominous animosity and hedonistically pugnacious illwill,

The devil unstoppably took pride in dictatorially writing; the book of licentious bawdiness and insanely threadbare nothingness,

The devil unstoppably took pride in heinously writing; the book of lascivious poverty and baselessly crippling uncertainty,

The devil unstoppably took pride in savagely writing; the book of despicable defeat and lethally ballistic atrociousness,

The devil unstoppably took pride in raunchily writing; the book of dolorous delinquency and insidiously slandering betrayal,

The devil unstoppably took pride in preposterously writing; the book of scurrilous lunatism and barbarously incarcerating fiendishness,

The devil unstoppably took pride in frigidly writing; the book of jejune mockery and impudently castigating brazenness,

The devil unstoppably took pride in heartlessly writing; the book of ghastly bloodshed and indefatigably bombarding politics,

The devil unstoppably took pride in malevolently writing; the book of prurient shit and debasingly corrupt profanity,

The devil unstoppably took pride in diffidently writing; the book of impeachable slavery and tempestuously crucifying sanctity,

The devil unstoppably took pride in dreadfully writing; the book of gruesome extinction and sordidly smutty flagrance,

The devil unstoppably took pride in whippingly writing; the book of wastrel withering and invidiously jailing eccentricity,

The devil unstoppably took pride in grotesquely writing; the book of merciless decimation and countless estranged lives,

The devil unstoppably took pride in gorily writing; the book of sadistic despondency and ignominiously deteriorating mankind,

The devil unstoppably took pride in stupidly writing; the book of Goddamned solitude and murderously decrepit decay,

The devil unstoppably took pride in cacophonically writing; the book of indolent withering and agonizingly cancerous disease,

The devil unstoppably took pride in belligerently writing; the book of lost oblivion and corrosively mad lamentation,

The devil unstoppably took pride in perniciously writing; the book of stinking discrimination and dastardly languid nervousness,

But no matter what he wrote; where he did choose to write; what language he
preferred to maliciously scribble; what ink he used to cold-bloodedly lambaste; what expression he made to lousily concentrate,

Even the most infinitesimally evanescent alphabet inside his books was irrefutably metamorphosed into a stream of immortally unending love; by the intransigently blazing inferno of truth; simplicity; humanity; benevolence; beauty; and the unassailably Almighty Lord.
 
Nikhil Parekh

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Pride Has Come

Pride has come to show me the way.
Pride has come to play.
Pride knows what I've been missing.
Pride can offer all that I've been given.

Pride has shown me debauchery.
Pride has push me into the opposite of monogamy.
Pride is now the sensation I live for.
Pride knows me more.

Pride before, I said would never see you again.
Pride was there to help me in dire need, amen.
Pride they label you as villain.
Pride but they will all look for charity after I make my first billion.

Pride I thank you, for never asking or to share.
Pride tonight I will say a prayer.
Pride because I'm so happy.
Pride because I felt so crappy.

Pride now stands with me.
Pride I no longer wish to see.
Pride has given me new taste.
Pride I no longer feel disgraced.

Pride has come and is here to stay.
Pride has never lead me to disarray.
Pride is now me, and who's to say?
Pride enjoys the flame, with this I no longer need to pay.
 
Jordan Couso

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Italian Pride

pride… Italian pride is on my mind Italian pride is in my kind so step aside and let me through because its all about the Italian crew. Italian love is all around my fellow Italian people will never let me down so show your pride and show its true so show your pride and show its true because Italian blood follows through out you united we stand divide we fall you can shoot one Italian but you cant shoot us all we are Italian we are full of class mess with us we will kick your ass be true loud and proud to be Italian.
 
stephanie testalamuta

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