Sonnet: Think Of Others Too
If only when you wear your shoes, you know,
If it suits you or blisters hurt your feet;
Sit in the chair! Your conduct then will show,
How comfortable or not is your new seat!
’Tis easy speaking from the other side;
’Tis easy making fun of others too;
Some things you never know how to decide;
Whatev’r we be, our duty we must do.
The things we do should not much hurt others;
Let’s think before we embark on new things;
Each step we take, should not wound our brothers;
This earth is for all creatures and earthlings!
We have no right to stifle others’ growth!
We should not also others’ progress loathe.