Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 7,445 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Do It With A Doing That's Done


Keep the brighter light on your side,
And...
Make it your decision,
You're going to stay everyday with it.
Don't let it shine upon you then from it quit.

Keep the brighter light on your side,
And...
Don't give it up to leave and split.
Or turn your back on what the light benefits.

Keep the brighter light on your side,
And...
Determine with a motive,
You will use this light you know exists...
To realize all your dreams wanted wished.

Know it when you're feeling low...
This light for you shines to exist.
Hold onto it with a even tightened grip,
Whenever you are feeling down and out of it!

Keep the brighter light on your side,
And...
Don't give it up too quick to leave and split.
Or turn your back on what the light benefits.

Know it when you're feeling low...
This light for you shines to exist.
Hold onto it with a even tightened grip,
Whenever you are feeling down and out of it!

Keep the brighter light on your side,
And...
Don't turn your back away from it to split,
Too quick!

Keep the brighter light on your side,
And...
Don't turn your back away from it to quit,
To split.

Keep the brighter light on your side,
And...
Do it with a doing that's done!
And...
Do it with a doing that's done!

Keep the brighter light on your side,
And...
Do it with a doing that's done!

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014

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