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TITLE: Don't Say It
By Jennifer Alexander
10/06/09
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This piece is to to show, how easily angry words can change life's course.
The feeling of anger
Is raging inside
Your head is just pounding
Your fist are clenched tight
The words starts forming
They are right on your tongue
In a split second
They just tumble right out.

The atmosphere changes
Creative power begins
Life becomes death
Love turns to hate
A soul is infected
Bitterness finds its place
The power God has given
Has turned on itself.

The plans of God are thwarted
The principle's in place
That gives us the warning
You shall have whatsoever you say
The words cannot be retrieved
The course is set
Next comes that awful feeling
That we know as regret.

Be slow to speak
Be slow to anger
Dont' let your wrath
Declare your path
Words have power
To both destroy and heal
Words can be a snare or
Words can set you free.

Scripture: Proverbs 6:2 Thou art snared with the words of thy mouth, Thou are taken with the words of thy mouth.
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