History let's us all know That life's events come and go, And they can return again To show us who we might have been. Men are taught to resist The evil that does exist. Good men choose not to hate, And they walk a path that's straight. History helps us to see What an evil man can be When he is filled with hate and greed And acts upon his selfish needs. He conquors others using power And kills hundreds in an hour. He feels, sadly, no remorse And rules others with brute force. History teaches us of truth, Love and hatred in our youth. We have choices we must make And need to learn from our mistakes. What will others learn from us? To seek God's love of righteousness, Or teach others how to hate And leave their souls to cruel fate. -Yu/stan/kema-
How do I heal a heart that is broken?
How do I learn to say good-bye
To someone whose been in my life forever,
When all I can seem to do is cry.
What do I do with the memories between us,
Values we shared from the very start,
Laughter that filled our time with joy,
And acts of caring that touched my heart.
The years have taken a toll upon you
And left me with losses I scarcely can bear.
The friend I once knew is no longer present.
I search in vain for her every where.
How do I live with the changes between us:
“What exists now and what use to be?”
Sorrow and sadness I carry within
For friendship is dying in me.
I’ll someday accept what I cannot change.
I’ll be grateful for memories we shared.
I’ll focus on the good times we had.
What matters is that I cared.