Incertitude - Poem by EMMALINE ORTIZ
The world is round
and life is abound
by many trivial matters
that should be kept from being served on a platter
It is good to spin with the wheel
and go with the flow
But dig out how you feel
and ask yourself 'WIll I let it go? '
Was it really required by circumstances
to shatter the trust, just to save faces
Or was it wise to turn mute
to preserve the bonding, not to cause dispute
Truth may be harsh, though it will set you free
But if there's no good intention, is it better then not to break the secrecy
Time will tell
If all really behaved well
'What ye sow, so shall ye reap'
'Tis adage I know, is for every mind to keep
'To err is human'
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