BECAUSE we have lost the path our ancestors cleared kneeling in perilous undergrowth, our children cannot find their way. BECAUSE we have abandoned our wisdom of mothering and fathering, our befuddled children give birth to children they neither want nor understand. BECAUSE we have forgotten how to love, the adversary is within our gates, an holds us up to the mirror of the world shouting, "Regard the loveless". Therefore we pledge to bind ourselves to one another, to embrace our lowliest, to keep company with our loneliest, to educate our illiterate, to feed our starving, to clothe our ragged, to do all good things, knowing that we are more than keepers of our brothers and sisters. IN HONOR of those who toiled and implored God with golden tongues, and in gratitude to the same God who brought us out of hopeless desolation, we make this pledge. Maya Angelou read the following at the Million Man March.
I Am Sorry Poems for Girlfriend: Apology Poems for Her
I’m Not Perfect And I’m Not Whole, But I Promise To Love You With All My Heart | Thought Catalog
In loving relationships, there are several important things to know. One of these is that the key to a successful relationship is being able to apologize. The more intimately you are involved with another person, the more difficult it becomes to say I'm sorry. You are aware of her faults and she is aware of yours.
I’m Not Perfect And I’m Not Whole, But I Promise To Love You With All My Heart
This poem is basically my life motto. It reads: I am not a perfect girl. My hair doesn't always stay in place and I spill things alot. I'm pretty clumsy and sometimes I have a broken heart. My friends and I sometimes fight and maybe somedays nothing goes right.
We all know "That Girl. Her list of problems include having too many people fighting for her time and that she can never pick a filter for her selfies because they all just look so damn good. We love her. We hate her.