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TITLE: HUMAN LIVING THING
By Mtheto Hara
11/09/05
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What are we ? who are we? Really what and who are we? If you know the answer to this question then dont bother reading this poem otherwise, read away
For we are the best of the living
Soulful we are in our living
As our part in living
Part in part we are conniving
In part deceiving
So much for receiving
Redundant on giving
All zest for achieving
Yet lost when believing
Exuberant in breathing
Reluctant on deceasing
Keen on teaching
As well on preaching
Yet lean on learning
Even leaner on listening
We live for everything
As if worth anything
Yet less than many a thing
We are not much of a thing
But just a human living thing. . .
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