Heart of gold
There are Two scales to weigh the moral of the others worth ones side of the scale filled with greed dimonds jewels and gold coins so full and heavy the chain ready to brake to hit the ground the other sale wisdoms knowlage and humanity and loveing compasion a heart of gold seemily solid,but can't out weigh the value of the hoarder of vanity riches and greed whom reaches in arrogantly and scoffs ha at the other scale at the top,but when the blind and conceeded one looks closer and sees this heart is a rare piece of gold with hasty cruel and greedy hands reaching in to grab this golden heart which thought to be solid Then it sees its worth holding this rare object savagely quickly grabed this heart it split down the middle and broke into two half's tossed down and before fully turning a back on what appeared worthless and a waste of time it spoke the gold was the first layer inside this heart of many layers was a opal stone shining many colors and it bled red like a shimmering ruby and two rabbits appeared one white like a dimond with the eyes of a onyx stone the other rabbit black with dimond eyes and the two were joined as twins with a angelic voice of a woman she spoke there's words all I want is simple in a loving sweet voice filled with pain she said I want to be equal and happily loved in a life of peace so I can live the conjoined rabbits drenched in runy blood with one large satphir tear glimmering this heart turned emrold green then crumbled into a thousand peices made of jewels diamonds and gold scavengers gasped in disbelief of what they witnessed several fighting hands selfishly reaching into the scale to sell the worth of my heart unaware karma was within this damaged heart those who reached for the greed of my heart damed themselves with bad blood misfortune and cursed with insufferable pain grief and bad luck you get what you deserve in life man or woman live an honest life and do right by those who are worthy
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