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Read Poems by David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic

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Fifty- Fifty At Best

Open your heart to happiness And in equal part to sorrow They’re opposing sides Of the same coin (no less) As today is to tomorrow The same holds true for jealousy Whose counterpoint is affection Both no more than branches Of self-same tree Who share soft shade’s protection Love is no more than Than the flip side of hate And both lie but a heartbreak away So guide your heart to happiness Be generous with your affection Let not hate decide your way And your heart will provide protection All things possess two qualities What they are depends on you Like twins with different personalities And different points of view And which side you pick… Which or what you choose It’s just a game of chance (no less) You either win…or perhaps you lose …It’s fifty-fifty at best!…

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