These Words to 36,000 Kids You Don't Want To Mess With
A lover's words show their strength
36,000 kids show their strength
These Words (Shakespearean sonnet)
Or set the wind ablaze with verse of you
Make birds resound in chorus who you are
And flowers to present their scented dew
Would I scarce offer words to light your feet
To heights my heart and soul have raised to dwell
For all enchanted dreams you would complete
Enticing waves of passion then to swell
How brazen of me thus to hope this way
As if I stood here worthy of one glance
What vanity of mind thought words could sway
What blinding strength fired me to take such chance
I thank you for not laughing at this note
Alas there is a truth to words I wrote
A lover's last hope of reaching his desire are the words of this Shakespearean sonnet. This sonnet uses the classic story style, with a slight twist. The first two quatrains speak of words proclaiming the glories of his desire. The third quatrain poses a problem while continuing to praise. Rather than solving the problem, the rhyming couplet leads the reader in another direction.
When Arlene and I were parents living near the beach, a great love story came knocking at our door. One of my coworkers, Art, lived at the corner. Art was a nicer than average guy. If I or any of Art's friends needed help, he was always there. He also knew of a pastry shop, which he kept a guarded secret. Whenever people invited him for dinner, he would always provide dessert. He thought the desserts were why he was always a welcome guest. He was welcome because he was a nice guy (the desserts didn't hurt). Art fell in love with this girl at work. He had fallen in love before, but things didn't go well. Each failed relationship affected how he talked to girls he liked. I know this because I overheard Art discussing his dilemma with Arlene. Cosmopolitan Magazine had turned her into a relationship expert. After asking my permission, Arlene shared with Art some of the many love letters I had written her. I don't know exactly what went on. I saw less of Art at work. Soon he moved. I tried to find out what happened to Art but was told he was on vacation. A couple of days later Arlene gets a thank you letter from Art. He had moved to Concord with the girl of his dreams. This is how I got the address to Schubert's, one of the best pastry shops in San Francisco.
Many of us have our fears. Things that we don't like. Things that make us uncomfortable. Things that we are afraid of. At normal or small levels these things are not a problem. They could be part of our natural defense mechanism. See a bear in the wild, then we best be cautious. Other causes could be our cultural and social upbringing. Is it or is it not okay to wear our street shoes in the house? At small or justifiable levels our "fears" may be acceptable. When they adversely affect us or our surroundings these things should be addressed. Or maybe we just want to better ourselves. Or maybe it's just tine to change. Help is out there. Others faces the same or similar challenges. We are not alone. There is no shame, but rather pride and courage in wanting to improve ourselves. We are wonders living in a wonderful world. Nothing should stand in our way in taking in our world to the fullest. So let us answer the call to Enjoy.
Do any of you boyz have any final words: Boyzone "Words"
I wonder what the kids in China are up to
Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Academy was founded in 1978. It is the largest kung fu academy in China.
Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Academy is located in Mount Song, Shaolin Temple, Dengfeng city, Henan province. It cost one hundred million to build, with a total construction area of 730,000 square meters. Academy management is plentiful: with a professional management staff of 258, with an additional teaching force of 160 level 1 coaches, plus 170 outstanding teachers. Currently there are 36,000 students.
National Geographic, DJ Ben Surkin and filmmaker Inigo Westmeier bring us a glimpse of The Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Academy. "36,000 Kids You Don’t Want to Mess With | Short Film Showcase"
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yourself, 'I lived through this horror. I can
take the next thing that comes along.'