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Each man and woman everywhere,
Will have themselves a cross to bear,
Be it grief or famine's hunger,
Illness, loss, or struck by thunder,
All shall feel upon their back,
This giant wooden cross is stacked,
Their knees will buckle; legs will tire,
And their foreheads shall perspire
The cross will strike at any time,
So, seek the reason, not the rhyme,
Not the whine, the yell, the shriek,
But seeks what makes you strong - not weak,
Stand up tall and bear your cross,
Be not weakened by your loss,
Hold yourself in times of trial,
Inwardly - constantly smile,
Flex the muscles of your will,
And run with cross atop the hill,
Then at the perch you will declare,
I'm stronger than this cross I bear!?