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Giving
by Jack Wellman

Saturday, November 14, 2009
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We rob ourselves when we fail to give. We receive more than we can ever give.

When those who have the most,

give less than those not rich.

They rob themselves of precious things,

and those who have not much.

The giver knows such fine returns,

than those who want for more.

And when given they do receive,

more than they sent the poor.

Selflessness
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Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 11/16/2009
A wiseful poem.A well written piece.I enjoy reading it,take care



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