long greasy like hair, But they were always there for each other. There were three brothers from that gang, they were Darry, Sodapop, and Ponyboy. Darry was the oldest of the three, he took care of Sodapop and Ponyboy. Then there were the Socs , Short for Socials. They were the westside rich kids, who dressed nice, and constantly pick on the Greaser's. They would threaten them, and when they would catch one of the Greaser's by their selves they would make a circle around them, and beat them
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Lyrical Voice By: Lakella L. Taylor And Frankie Fipps Joy in the Midst of my Pain By: Lakella L. Taylor God give me the strength I need to go on My heart is wailing, sorrowful My soul lies driven in by the tide of despair. Lord lift up my heart; lift up my soul, save me From my affliction and pain. For great is my love for thee. For thy art my joy in the midst of my pain.
Acknowledgments I want to acknowledge several people who have given many hours of their time and expertise in helping me make this project a reality. One is Barbara Crafton, whose advice, support, and depth of life and ministry I greatly appreciate. She walked me through this process with clarity and gentle prodding and deftly critiqued the manuscript. I owe an enormous debt of gratitude to Sue Stanley, who labored for many months typing the various changes in the text. Her patience, humor, and generosity