Lawrence S. Pertillar
A Cultivating Kept - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
A cultivating kept and is believed,
Of that which one wants to keep significant...
Is done with a giving it as much respect,
As one would expect to receive.
And if one is left to doubt what is done,
Questioning one's doing is certain to come...
To know what is and is not prioritized.
'I wanted what you wanted.'
~How would you know that if you did not ask? ~
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