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When I pitched headforemost into the world I landed in the crib of Negroism.
Away in a manger, no crib for a bed,
The little Lord Jesus laid down His sweet head.
I have known a crib. I have know the tuck-in of a child
but inside my hair waits the night I was defiled.
Father, I'm thirty-six,
yet I lie here in your crib.
I'm getting born againdam,
as you prod me with your rib.
Even in the pink crib
the somehow deficient,
I would sell my life to avoid
the pain that begins in the crib
Within his crib is surest ward,
This little babe will be thy guard,
This stable is a Prince's court.
This crib His chair of state;
Children laugh an average of three hundred or more times a day; adults laugh an average of five times a day, we have a lot of catc ...
Know that every mother occasionally feels "at the end of her rope." When you reach the end of your rope, don't add guilt to your f ...
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