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Without tenses

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handwriter

handwriter

Norway

April 24, 2013

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10:12 AM Apr 24 2013

handwriter

handwriter
Norway

Yes, I agree: I guess the word should be 'tummies', and not 'tommies'.  Sorry.  :)

10:06 AM Apr 24 2013

handwriter

handwriter
Norway

 Hey-Braham - Thanks for your commnetary: your thoughts are always welcome. For me, and not that I disagree with you, but I think that the love that one receives is never the same as the love he or she gives to others: it will either be less or more, but never the same. No two people can see the same rainbow, as can no two people give or receive the same love.

08:16 AM Apr 24 2013

handwriter

handwriter
Norway

I see at least a second irony here: the vulture is only doing what it has been created to do -- it doesn't kill or even eat for the joy of them.  The suffering child is helpless, being alone -- both of these images are guiltless.  However, neither one -- the bird nor the child -- are thinking or talking about peace.  Those of us who seem to be talking about peace, the end of poverty, or some other human equality are those of us who are either waiting for supper or have just had our tommies 'filled to stuffed'.