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A Living Charity
by Abdi-Noor Haji Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope)
Friday, September 22, 2006
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When every step you take to help people is interpreted in a negative way how can you reach the poorest sectors of your community who are dying from disease and hunger. When well-wishers are known as "Enemy Collaborators" How can one make friends within his or her community. Despite all these difficulties I stand to defend the rights of those people who have been denied to be people

You may not be happy with my moves
But you can't stop me from helping people
My feelings for the Underprivileged is eternal
You can conspire me to take my life
But in no way shall I die if you kill me
I shall always remain a living charity
The poor will keep singing my name

You may not be happy with my poems
But my deep compassion for peace and
Love is enormously high
You can plot me to derail my train of thoughts
But never shall the walls of my muse make cracks
I shall always remain a living poetry
My words will keep resonating with the wise

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Reviewed by Jibril Mohamed 9/24/2006
Brother, You are right. Your poems are a LIVING CHARITY. Please keep writing this excellent wisdom. Blessings.

Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/23/2006
Splendid way to think and keep the spirit of charity flowing! Exxcellent work Abdi Noor!...ET
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 9/23/2006
You truly are living poetry, Abdi-Noor! This poem is a fantastic expression of your soul...God bless you!

Reviewed by Sandie Angel 9/23/2006
Abdi, I know how hurt it is when people misunderstood what you are trying to do, especially when you just want to help others in your own country.

Be well...and always take care of yourself, and others who need your help.

This is a sad poem of powerful emotions.

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o(
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 9/23/2006
When well-wishers are known as "Enemy Collaborators"

That is truly sad, but yet you remain steadfast in your compassion, Abdi-Noor, which is most commendable.
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