• Others 25.07.2007

    As the world turns, the sweat rolls off;
    Arteries squeeze–for a chokin’ cough.
    A burnin’ sunshine entices a funky run,
    As the laughter loosens a ditzy tongue.

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    As the world turns, the sweat rolls off;
    Artieries sqeeze–for a chokin’ cough.
    A burnin’ sunshine entices a funky run,
    As the laughter loosens a ditzy tongue.

    There is much devotion that’s required,
    Before a sweaty brow becomes retired.
    Rewards are charactistics–of heaven,
    Where forgiveness is recorded: 70 X 7.

    Even though sweat endures to the end,
    The past depends–upon a future blend.
    Fools rush-in…to stake a pompous claim,
    But rewards wait…for the sake of blame.

    Proof-is-in-the-pudding–of living whys;
    Beyond this world…there can be no lies.
    The world is lubricant–of diligent sweat,
    ‘Til a few cruel demands are finally met.

    This sweaty place is a time for true laws;
    Man’s labor yields a heart with sad flaws.
    Alas, why forsake rewards–well earned?
    Does the world fool the mind…by a burn?

    Prosperity of man, is good for the taking,
    As long as earth is not heaven forsaking.
    Fatty conditions compel the rule-of-land,
    As the plow rolls over the sweat of man.
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