RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Causing Doubts - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
We all know or have heard of people who are very smart,
they are far above most in thinking and inventing novel
thoughts and ideas.
They are known to us as highly qualified and/or brilliant,
yet some of them are chain smokers, alcoholics, rapists
and lechers, hiding in the darkness.
How do the two factions happen to coexist, curiously it
causes doubts at times as to whether or not they are truly
capable of doing what they profess.
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