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WHEN YOU ARE KIND

A brother and sister

were very very sad,

their wagon was broken;

the only toy they had.

Brother dragged the wagon,

sister carried the wheel,

off to see the blacksmith

hoping to make a deal.

The blacksmith saw them

standing out front;

he kindly greeted them,

when he was normally blunt.

Brother said to him,

"can you repair our wheel,

we only have a dime;

can we make a deal?"

The blacksmith saw the

hope in their begging eyes,

he knew these children;

he could never deny.

"I'll fix your wagon

as good as new,

keep your dime and

buy some gum to chew".

The blacksmith felt better

than he had in a long time

he realized you feel better,

when you are kind.

Ralph L. Clark ©

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