Why we fall

November 12, 2007
By Zoon Tariq, McLean, VA

Every beginning has an end,
Every truth has a bend.
Every life faces death,
Every sneeze loses a breath.
Every baby grows old,
Every patience has a threshold.
Every shoe wears out,
Every plant faces a drought.
Every day has a night,
Everybody thinks they are right!

But - here comes along the good part;
When people embrace a black heart,
A ray of hope shines upon all of us
And brings back the world to its ruckus.

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