William Danner

The Whole Told True - Poem by William Danner

The road is fair and fleeting, winding through
All that we as people, seem’t love to do.
Through valley deep and gorges long told true
These homes of love and light are giv’n to you.
But though truth be told we do believe it,
And many to tell of past grievance,
What we are told and forewarned summit
In too oft’ ignored for our annoyance.
What we do see and what we can clutch
Is told for no one accept for our own.
Pray tell, what does this do for your lone such?
For by others sake and of their own tone
Can we behold what is the truth best told.
And one must give or be forgot grown old.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 3, 2010

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