|Heart In A Box (standard:poetry, 125 words)|
|Author: Lori||Added: Jun 27 2008||Views/Reads: 1421/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Another challenge poem :o). Words "a strength in" were to be used in a poem. This is about labels/boxes we place people in. Maybe we should think twice before we place someone in one, or on someone.|
Heart In A Box ~ When someone hates you, for no reason at all, don't give up hope. Find a strength in knowing you're a good person. ~ When you hate someone, for reasons only you understand, don't give into rage. Find a strength in knowing God loves stupid people too. ~ When someone loves you, but you can't love them, don't get frustrated. Find a strength in knowing you're lovable. ~ When you love someone, but they can't love you in return, don't get discouraged. Find a strength in knowing it's their loss. ~ We're all blinded by our emotions. The trick isn't giving into them. It's conquering the obstacles which try to place us in little boxes. © June 23, 2008 by Lori Tweet
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