Trilogy

September 30, 1994
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The heart, the soul, the mind, We nurture them, all three. No matter what the problem, We’re here to help them see. With the heart, they feel for others, Learn to love and how to care. The basic, simple creed, It’s always nice to share. The soul defines their self, That makes them all unique.…

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LOVE

September 1, 1994
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Of all things in this world, None has power more than love. Always looking forward, Never dwelling on what was. Love knows no right nor wrong, Love doesn’t keep a score. A sharing of the souls, Love keeps you wanting more. Love does not run away, When life, it takes a turn. It opens up…

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Not Forever

September 1, 1994
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If life would last forever, There’d be no need to plan. No need to make some time, To share, just hand in hand. But God, he made us mortal, To the earth we all return. The smart ones live life full, The fools, refuse to learn. We all are given choices, Free to choose the…

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She’s A Lady

July 4, 1994
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She’s been ridiculed and viled, She’s been talked about in vain. But through it all she stands, A lady just the same. She saw a violent birth, Hand to struggle for her life. and through her infant years, Very nearly lost the fight. Her childhood brought her growth, she came into her own. They were…

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Nixon

June 1, 1994
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Richard M. Nixon No other name invokes such polarizing passions among citizens the world over. But whatever the personal feelings, one fact cannot be disputed. Richard Nixon was, and always will be, remembered as a major force in 20th century American politics. Watergate crook or World Leader? The debate still rages, but the debate is…

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Clinton Health Care Reform

October 30, 1993
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HEALTH CARE – We all want it, wish to pay as little as possible, and most have at least one horror story about our current system. As President Clinton’s self-imposed deadline that a comprehensive reform bill be passed before the November elections the political rhetoric is reaching deafening proportions. With that rhetoric I find one…

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