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Game
by S G Cardin

Friday, September 03, 2004
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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This was written from a perspective that we all have "two" faces. One we see and one other's see.

I know the game
I know how to play it.
I know the rules
And I know how to win.

I put on my favorite mask
I put on my best music
I buy the best drinks
And I know how to win.

I know when to smile
I know when to be mad
I know when to scorn
And I know how to win.

But when I let my guard down
Because the Game’s weakness is compassion,
I always lose.

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Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 2/25/2007
I know the feeling-like Shakespear said.."All the worlds a stage..."But I have to say, i cling to the hope that compassion does not dictate losing-good write



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