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  1. HUMOR Pity the Childless Couple [Humour] tranquility, leisure and entertainment. There is a terrifying emptiness without children, but the childless couple are too comfortable to know it. You just have to look at them to see what the years have done: He looks boyish, unlined and rested; she's slim, well-groomed and youthful. It isn't natural.
  2. May 31,  · I pity the couple without children to brighten the cocktail hour by brushing the martini from the shaking hand, to massage the potato chips into the rug and to wrestle them for the olive.
  3. Feb 01,  · Article: We Must Pity the Children - The slashing of state and federal programs for children and the failure to address the poverty that now grips half .
  4. The most disturbing memories usually involve children. War creates bands of ragged, poor, dirty street urchins. The bands wander about the edges of a conflict looking for something to eat. They pick through the garbage dumps.
  5. Pity the Children For the United States, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will be over soon. We will leave behind, after our defeats, wreckage and death, the contagion of violence and hatred.
  6. Pity is a sympathetic sorrow evoked by the suffering of others, and is used in a comparable sense to compassion, condolence or empathy - the word deriving from the Latin pietās (etymon also of piety). Self-pity is pity directed towards oneself.. Two different kinds of pity can be distinguished, "benevolent pity" and "contemptuous pity" (see Kimball), where, through insincere, pejorative usage.
  7. Pity the Children. By Chris Hedges. February 01, "Information Clearing House" - "Truth Dig" - Larry—not his real name—is He is serving a year sentence for murder in a New Jersey prison. He will not be eligible for parole until , when he will be
  8. Pity The Children. Pity the children. Which stand alone one by one. Silhouettes against the sky. Listless and grey. Weep not for those gone. But morn the tears of sorrow. For those little ones. Who have lost their way. Once loved, once held. But now by neglect. Given over to suffrage. Of a private hell. Laughter and dreams. Once dominated.
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