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Sin of pride

Larry Lowry 1959 (Pryor)



We love kindly and gently. But we never pick the ones we really we love. Love is blind but our eyes see and we are afraid of new. Love is jumping off a cliff without looking. Our pride will not accept that we love such a person.

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We never find a reason to be the reason with the person we love.

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Submitted by Lowlarr on June 26, 2021

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