Tidbits

Hear the whispers of the wind,

Hear the whispers of the friend.

Bear the burden of your father,

Or double, for your precious daughter.

The angry man is clearly cursed,

He will never quench his thirst.

The little child mocks it’s mother,

By being mean to her brother.

Don’t ever beat the poor dog,

Then expect a friendly dog!

Don’t live sinfully, with vices,

While criticizing others choices.

Be human, but not this new version.

Be a good neighbor, a kind person.

A storm is angry, then settles down.

An unhappy soul wears a frown.

See others for who they are,

Recognize a shining star.

Hate and drama, a nasty smirk,

Can really show you who is the jerk.