English: Circus tent A circus visits Pittencrieff Park nearly every year. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
My life has been a circus tent.
I’m learning how to juggle.
I set up a great big show.
No crowd could burst my bubble.
I’d spin a plate. I’d throw a ball.
I’d run about, AMAZE!
I had the happy crowd abuzz
with each new feat
But, it got harder
and harder to impress.
So many balls and plates
an inevitable mess.
Until balance seemed an impossible circus trick,
and I needed a real-life balancing act.
So, I asked the Ring-leader how it could all be done
and He a-light and full of fun
“just spin one plate.”
© 2007 DarEll S. Hoskisson
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Want the chance to save a life? All they need at first is a swab in your mouth. Check out this website for more information.
There are two ways you can help someone. One is with the marrow taken from bone, another is from cells removed from your blood.
I tried but was rejected because of some of my skeletal problems. But, it might be the perfect option for you to save someone just by sharing what you already have.
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Want to find a way to exercise and help others, but not an athlete or able to run long distances?
You might try this way to WALK to help cure Diabetes. They have walks all over the United States and it doesn’t split up families. Children and teens can participate, too.
You can even sign up to get notifications of a walk in your area.
Check it out. Love, DarEll
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