Lawrence S. Pertillar
Born To Do What Is Meant
One must do with a following through,
What is most desired and wished...
On a daily basis to get done to do.
And not with approval by others to choose.
Regardless who may bring a confusion.
Or their negativity to the mix,
To advance an enhancement of discouragement.
And if one is born to do what is meant,
No one can come between this cemented relationship.
Nor risks of appearing obstacles intended,
Can prevent the doing...
Of one's devoted discipline and commitment,
That has one stamped with a destiny.
Since one like this knows it is unavoidable.
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