Poems about being humble and kind
Humbleness Quotes (127 quotes)
Tim McGraw - Humble And Kind (Official Video)
Short Humbleness Poems
He that is down needs fear no fall, He that is low, no pride; He that is humble ever shall Have God to be his guide. Fullness to such a burden is That go on pilgrimage: Here little, and hereafter bliss, Is best from age to age. Hail to the thumb, the useful thumb, The grasper, the holder, the doer of deeds, Where fingers are futile and tools succumb, Stolid, ungainly, the thumb succeeds. Hail to the thumb the homely thumb; Rings and jewels are not for it, Compliments, dainty and frolicsome, For fingers are suited, for thumbs unfit. Hail to the thumb, the modest thumb; Gently und calmly it hides away, Never for it a banner and drum, Or praise at the end of a strenuous day. And hail to the men who are like the thumb; Men who are never sung by a bard, Men who are laboring, modestly dumb, Faithfully doing the work that is hard. Some day, men of the toiling thumb, Men of the modest, invincible worth, Some day your high reward will come From the Hand of the Lord of heaven and earth!
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Be humble Even in your greatness. Be noble Even if in you own the stars. For in order to have the prize, You must be humble to pay the price. Your stars will not last forever. Your crowns will not surely endure.