Structures

In our language structures link up words
Sentences are  the first and may  be last
So many lovely friends, he cried, I heard.

To structure modern families seems  hard
We move around for work at such a cost
In our thinking, structures build from words.

Society no longer makes us learn
And our religious feeling has been lost
How to find friends when the structure’s  gone?

In our living, we need  forms to  learn
Yet are they gone, must science take on the task?
In some lives,  the structures  have been burned

Order, pattern, grammar, all in turn
Shape our feelings till we  are possessed
In society, structures support words.

Let no-one from this culture be outcast
Let no-one die  like lepers shunned,alas
In our language, structures link our words.
Humans spoke in sentences we heard.

 

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I like art, poetry,history, literature,cooking,doing nothing to music.And conversation
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