Treasure Island

AHO Speaks

(12-19-52 / Boston Ma.)

Premise Conclusion


The premise was made before I began
What we do seems for self or else the gender called man
If his ego is satisfied; that is all he wants to understand.

Man's role, purpose and reason to protect and provide
The family circle and each one inside
To support the children and also his beautiful bride.

In too short a time his children do leave
To apply values learned and in their lives weave
So also the granchildren's future we believe.

Submitted: Saturday, November 25, 2006
Edited: Saturday, November 27, 2010
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