Extremes Of Right And Left - Poem by Laurence Overmire
Destruction, in the name of what’s right,
is usually wrong.
Creation, difficult and painstakingly slow,
is the only way toward
An ethical awareness.
(Previously published in The Hold, October 2004)
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