End Of The Rope - Poem by Teagan Dalton
Leaderships call to guide being the one to walk away.
Allocate time and energy as a gift, only that of self-will is why they stay.
As an example, footsteps can be for growth with strides similarly the same.
Change pace in event though if followers initiate life as a petty game.
Lessons on advice from leaders admit being previously stubborn also with their back turned.
Experience acknowledged by followers is appreciated, for leaders see when it’s returned.
Eyes of apparent should be first to learn when knowing truths behind lies.
Differentiate self-will from the acts of 'The Almighty’s' misunderstood replies.
Individual minds force purpose and its put down unless in accord with His plan. Patience in leadership is sent as a job or request depending on strengths of man.
Angels sent down carrying voices of bliss watch assigned responsibility, they sing.
Defiance of blessings, leaders paths divide and His hand leaves them the end of the rope eventually found dangling.
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