Edgar Rendon Eslit (August 21,1971 / Iligan City)
Amend Is a Colorful Feather with a Purpose
Since everyone will never be running out of excuses:
“I forget” … is a recantation of what’s obvious,
“I lost it”… is always prone to abuse,
“I don’t know”… is even fallacious,
“I’ll try”… is always disastrous, and
“Maybe”… sounds so spontaneous like
“I’m sorry”…is so conducive to use.
Is there anything left to choose?
Amend is a colorful feather with a purpose.
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