What do Labels mean today, and is the Webster definition of them?

Webster Dictionary Meaning: Labels-1. a small piece off paper, fabric, plastic or similar material attached to an object giving information about it. 2. the piece of paper in the center of a phonograph recording giving the artist and the title.

Daily Wisdom Word Meaning: Labels-1. A name attached to objects to describe them and people as well.

Labels seem to be attached to all of us. Labels are names we use when we describe others, but sometimes labels can also be about judgement. Labels are part of today’s culture. “She is sad, angry, mad, rude, etc. We get so caught up in these labels, that we don’t take the time to look behind who the person is we are labeling.

Labels are sometimes simply adjectives, however, again, there is a person attached to the other end of them when we are using them. Labels have been difficult for me through my life and I have had them attached to me just as sure as if I were the front of a can of soup and its ingredients.

In middle school, I was labeled the weird girl, and I carry the scars of that label with me today. Labels can hurt us and leave never ending scars. It is very important for all of us to remember this. Labels should be used less, and not judging another more. Food for thought for all of us.

Have labels affected your life, and in what regard? I love comments and would sure love to hear what others have to say about this unique daily wisdom word. Have labels hurt you as well?

Labels often get used to cut others down instead of build them up. Labels, if we are going to use them, should be used to describe objects as stated in the Webster Definition meaning. Labels can leave scars for life, so we should think more before we speak them into existence. Once thrown out there, a label to an individual can stick, just as it does on a can of beans or mixed green beans for example.

Think twice before labeling others and remember what it feels like when you have been labeled in the past. This is also a very sensitive daily wisdom word, and one we should when using to describe another, proceed with caution.

I look forward to your poems on labels today, as well as your comments.

Remember, you can always feel comfortable posting on the website as we do NOT retain any copyright privileges and your work is your own. Also, you can post your poetry on twitter at as well as facebook under the daily wisdom word page, I also post this on google plus and will start posting on blogspot soon, so you can’t miss the posts.

Thank you so much for reading, and remember: we are all work in progress and everyday we strive to do our best which is all we can do.

Last, but not least, remember, the website, is under construction so please be patient with it. We now have a “Community Poetry Page” so that we can see each other’s work and comment on it!! If you have any suggestions, we would love to hear them and are open to changes and ideas as we want this to be the best poetry and blog site available to you….There will soon be a page called community corner and I will be starting memorable Monday’s up again along with, “#get your verse on”! Let’s make this fun!

Have a beautiful and blessed day and thank you to all of your for your comments and beautiful poetry.

Samantha Leboeuf

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Keto Elite (@guest_104)
3 years ago

I like this blog so much, saved to bookmarks.

3 years ago

Generally I do not learn post on blogs, but I wish to say that this write-up very pressured me to check out and do
it! Your writing style has been surprised me. Thank you, quite great article.

188bet (@guest_90)
3 years ago

Post writing is also a excitement, if you know then you can write if not it is complex to write.

Clint Decamp (@guest_86)
3 years ago

We poets know what’s important. Thank you!

Sheila Mc (@guest_83)
3 years ago

Thank you Clint. And loved labels particularly last para … ‘ princess calls me Dad…’ Really brings home what’s important.

Gypsy Racco (@guest_81)
3 years ago

Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Love everyone’s comments and contributions too.

Samantha (@guest_80)
3 years ago

Sheila thank you your words always touch my heart. Your a master

Samantha (@guest_79)
3 years ago

Sheila thank you your words always touch my heart. Your a master with these

Sheila Mc (@guest_84)
3 years ago
Reply to  Samantha

Thank you, as ever, for your positivity Samanthax

Samantha (@guest_78)
3 years ago

Wow Clint that’s amazing that really touched my soul I could feel the pain thanks so much for posting Samantha

Clint Decamp (@guest_85)
3 years ago
Reply to  Samantha

Thank you. It’s something I’ve been wanting to write for a while. Most poems are too long for Twitter. It’s great that we have so many avenues for our work now.

Clint Decamp (@guest_75)
3 years ago

Labels “Faggot!” They would yell. Punch and kick me till I fell. Because the field wasn’t my stage, I chose theater and the page. “Dork!” Or even “Nerd!” ‘Cause I wasn’t in the herd. I escaped to the arcade, Didn’t like the games they played. The ladies called me “Nice guy.” Then wouldn’t give me a try. Why prefer a liar and cheat, Over the sensitive and sweet? Lucky enough to now be “Boss.” My people are more than labor cost. I need for them to trust their leader, Some supervisors are a deceiver. And now a princess calls me… Read more »

Sheila Mc (@guest_82)
3 years ago
Reply to  Clint Decamp

Thank you Clint. And loved labels particularly last para … ‘ princess calls me Dad…’ Really brings home what’s important.

Sheila Mc (@guest_74)
3 years ago

She stroked her aged wrist.
Number inked deep. History.
And wondered, what’s changed?
Sheila. Mc

Clint Decamp (@guest_76)
3 years ago
Reply to  Sheila Mc

Nice one Sheila!

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