The Emperor Knows - Poem by Jeff Rushton
Appearance is as important as perseverance, adherence, and indecisive reluctance
The shirt you show
The pants you tow
The accessories that glow
The shoes that go
And the socks that occasionally say 'Hello'
Appearance cannot be changed unless it begins with the appearance of the inner clothing
What you wear within is what will show without, having no regard for outer raiment's shout.
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