Thu, 10/30/2014 - 12:48 -- kvk5324


I once saw a kind of kindness

Its species encompasses countless creatures,

Some are rigid, and others are spineless.

This kind of kindness gives us courage.


 Trees, birds, squirrels, and flowers

Compliment one another.

We notice certain kindness powers,

In each and every life without the human title.


 People may reject, disappoint, and degrade

Negativity becomes the dictator

Until evening comes and the day fades,

Kindness is lost inside the walls of today.


But then a butterfly, filled with life,

Without a worry or care of tomorrow

Reminds us to release the fear and the strife.

Keep that kind of kindness in your human heart,

Happy and light.






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