Poetry - Poem by Herbert Nehrlich
It seems to me
that all poets should be
noble, helpful and good.
Only then they could,
unencumbered and free,
write the poetry they would.
If the writing of Gods
came from you and me
would you wonder about the odds?
So if talent you see
would you all just give nods
and look elsewhere if it is a bore,
let us never forget this is poetry
and not some ridiculous war.
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