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TITLE: Pride's Punishment
By Leigh MacKelvey
09/19/06
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Pride, ego, is so hard to conquer and because we're human, no matter how hard we try to punish it into submission, there it remains! A little bit always seems to creep into the back of our mind as we try to serve and act with humility. I can't wait until eternity where they will be no pride to trip us up!
Pride’s Punishment

I know this because once you made me
write with chalk one hundred times
I am sorry.
My only thought was how people would read
the board and marvel among themselves,
“Even her expressions of remorse show a streak
of the genius.”
On days I inflate, you tell me
“Sit in your corner on
the Naughty Chair!”
Then you serve me a slice of the pie
of humility. But it’s of no use. I am much
larger than that.

Furthermore, I know even now
you watch me in amazement as I
eat my pie
without the drop of a single crumb
in my lap.
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