Treasure Island

Gail Grierson

(10-29-1949 / Concord MA)

Problem Solving


When I have a problem
And I don’t know
How to solve it,
I ask you for your input
And you help me
To resolve it.

Talking with you
Cheers me up
And helps to make me see
My problem’s not
So difficult
As it seemed to be.

Sometimes I just get
Overwhelmed and
Can’t make a decision,
But you speak to me
So sensibly and
I appreciate your vision.

Your soothing voice
And common sense,
Invaluable to me;
And your point of view’s
Well taken,
Even when I don’t agree.
.

Submitted: Thursday, September 14, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, September 15, 2010

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