Lawrence S. Pertillar
Done With A Doing Of It - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Usually when something is desired and sought,
There is an ambition ignited that unmistakably pursues...
What is wished by the one hoping to accomplish it.
It would be difficult for anyone to attempt to convince,
They have a passion and drive that thrives inside of them...
If they are only seen publicly bragging about their efforts.
To do with a doing,
Is usually a method most use...
To get what it is that is wished,
Done with a doing of it.
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