Crying Wolf
Author: Barbara Goodhew


Never fake or make more of your pain.

When the pain or situation gets worse,
your cry for help is in vane.

Eventually people that care,don't know
if what you say is real.

That's why the story Cry Wolf is really
important to believe.


Comments on this poem/writing:

Catyrose ( -- Sunday, October 22 2006, 07:07 am

Sound advice

Once again your words ring true. Very sound advice.
barb ( -- Sunday, October 22 2006, 04:18 pm

thanks caty

your comments I look forward to.
Meridian ( -- Sunday, October 22 2006, 11:17 pm

That story

Hey Barbie! Now, I know why Terrie* used to call you doll...Barb is half of Barbie and well, we know the rest! LOL! Great stuff. That's right. Never fake hurt or pain, because the very day you may need some help, there just might not be help around...

As always, you've got those chin-scratcher poems. The Nicely written professor!
barb ( -- Sunday, October 22 2006, 11:47 pm

well thank-you Meri

This was inspired by a friend always hurting moaning and groaning. It has got so bad that other people are sick of it,they think she's acting. So now if she gets something really awful poeple will think she's faking. Sad but that's what happens. Even I think sometimes she's just playing the sympathy card.
Capricorn ( -- Monday, October 23 2006, 02:53 pm

Always said this

I've always said people should be careful not to moan too much or people will just ignore you eventually... and that's the time when something is bound to be wrong!
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