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All The Wrongs

No really
Literally
I think I love you
You make me so excited too
When I'm around you I just want to sing, sing love songs
But I can't help but consider all the wrongs

I don't know if I love you, girl I don't know what love is
When I look at myself I'm disgusted 'why would anyone be his? '
Aren't you? even if not, if you saw what I see
Wouldn't you hate me?
I don't understand, I don't want to talk to me...but you do
It almost seems like you care too
I'm just not good enough for you, this is all I got
Just not

But there's so much more
Yes there's a lot of me to abhor
But I'm also not ready
I just cant handle being in a relationship,

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Groom your mind, not the face.

Crow, for what I abhor you:
the ugliness or the stealing habit?
Ass, for what I abhor you:
the dwarf ness or the laziness?
Beggar, for what I abhor you:
the poorness or the meanness?

You are viewed by your attitude,
Not by attributes.
22.05.2001, Pmdi

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To Abhor The War

To abhor him sides with evil looking people,
Ablutions are made by the priests for their prayers.
To abhor them is to love them, in ways of good,
For therapy arises for the able, the good in ways.
Priests spoil the time when they fight, fighting prospers
Inwardly, too considerably, like a mound of water and ice.
Marching, the cavalry sends itself through the waters of the land,
A camcorder calls its picture to us in a campaign,
To carry music when aloud and allowed,
The battle of the men of war is afire, with abhorrences,
War measures too supreme by the commander of the forces.
It will escalate beyond our vision, to abhor priesthood is wrong;
It is a comet of warriors that the priest is abhorring.

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People who abhor solitude may abhor company almost as much.

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The Next Poem In The Prison

The seed of war grows well,
On the farm of hatred;
I abhor wars,
Though my victory be certain;
I abhor enforced exodus,
And the camps too,
The camps peep out of my eyes,
I am in search of
Absolute peace and liberty,
My search winks at me.
I am with peace,
And my fate is isolation,
I shall write,
The next poem in the prison.

(Written by Jawaaz Jafri Translated by Muhammad Shanazar)

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One Woman's Perspective

Is it that men love to kill?
It must be that they've lost free will.

Can't a boy grow up to be kind?
It must be that he's given up his mind.

Don't all men know how to cry?
Some have to wait 'til they see their buddy die.

Can't a boy grow up to abhor death?
They abhor it when they take their last breath.

The boys I raised learned the golden rule.
So maybe it's the mothers that play the fool.

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William Shakespeare

Sonnet 150: O from what power hast thou this powerful might

O, from what power hast thou this powerful might
With insufficiency my heart to sway?
To make me give the lie to my true sight,
And swear that brightness doth not grace the day?
Whence hast thou this becoming of things ill,
That in the very refuse of thy deeds
There is such strength and warrantise of skill
That, in my mind, thy worst all best exceeds?
Who taught thee how to make me love thee more,
The more I hear and see just cause of hate?
O, though I love what others do abhor,
With others thou shouldst not abhor my state.
If thy unworthiness raised love in me,
More worthy I to be beloved of thee.

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Love Game Courts Rackets

In doubles Romeo and Juliet
can back-spin bounce each Capulet.
For forty- love's one trouncing score
and love's all those Montagues abhor.
The game gets dirty; then where's fair sport?
Love's bounced about on hard-clay court! !
But hold your balls and ponder on it!
You whack romance, but racquets wrong it!
Sets are best to win when love nets sonnet.

In doubles Romeo and Juliet
can back-spin bounce each Capulet.
For forty- love's one trouncing score
and love's all those Montagues abhor.
The game gets dirty; then where's fair sport?
Love's bounced about on hard-clay court! !
But hold your balls and ponder on it!
You whack romance, but racquets wrong it!
Sets will get to net love won by sonnet.

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World, Wise head & Football

World on leg, world by leg, world in leg not hand

Shooting, moving, going

From to from, from to from, from to from

World on head, world by head, world in head not hand

Only two-operator touch world by their all

Heading, shooting or kicking moving, going from to from

We feel exciting with love or loveless

We total world exclaim goal, goal and goal

I believe immensely

Football is world

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A Satyre Against Mankind

Were I - who to my cost already am
One of those strange, prodigious creatures, man -
A spirit free to choose for my own share
What sort of flesh and blood I pleased to wear,
I'd be a dog, a monkey, or a bear,
Or anything but that vain animal,
Who is so proud of being rational.

His senses are too gross; and he'll contrive
A sixth, to contradict the other five;
And before certain instinct will prefer
Reason, which fifty times for one does err.
Reason, an ignis fatuus of the mind,
Which leaving light of nature, sense, behind,
Pathless and dangerous wand'ring ways it takes,
Through Error's fenny bogs and thorny brakes;
Whilst the misguided follower climbs with pain
Mountains of whimseys, heaped in his own brain;
Stumbling from thought to thought, falls headlong down,
Into Doubt's boundless sea where, like to drown,

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