Lawrence S. Pertillar
Clear As The Dawn Rises
It is what it is!
If an honesty wanted is wished to be witnessed.
And regardless if facts are pushed aside to 'diss',
With a purpose to prevent that by those who deny...
Facts surrounding with no place for them to hide,
Will know with others who can not avoid...
But begin to comprehend that which once annoyed,
What appears as clear as the dawn rises...
Is a truth for what it is to stunned hush lips.
Leaving some opened wide as if frozen in position.
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