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Karen GonzalezVidela


The Bad Side


A lot people say
Hateful risks are always to be,
But the opposite think I,
Though without them
Life no meaning is.
A lot people say
Bad shouting is,
But the opposite think I,
Though with no mean strike
The good does not get to be.
A lot people say
That angry to be said is not,
But the opposite think I,
Though with no hateful eyes
Appreciated kindness will not be.
A lot people say
That death should not live,
But the opposite think I,
Though with no end
The happiness of life
Shall never come.
A lot people say
That only the good side
Should be kept free,
But the opposite think I,
Though without a bad side
The good side would not be alive.

Submitted: Monday, June 17, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, June 18, 2013

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