Lawrence S. Pertillar
A Kind That Does Not Flaunt - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
The kind that say what they mean.
Do what they say.
Accountable for their actions.
Reliable and believed.
A new breed.
A kind that does not flaunt,
What they have.
Want to give of themselves.
Smile when feeling bad.
Does not brag of accomplishments,
Performed in the past.
Ready to receive today in a way...
That creates a purpose,
And leave fresh deeds achieved.
Not display betrayed portrayals gone astray.
They are here to do.
Not discuss it with me and/or you.
Here to turn a dusted page.
A new breed has come of age.
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