Truth And Consequences - Poem by Wayne Bowen
The greed of others will always
show up in their lives and deeds.
They use people for their own
purpose, then cast loyalty aside
for their own cause.
When they see lost favor,
they change direction like a
bouncing ball to please all.
Those who are used will not remain
silent forever. Their wrath can gather
like storms over a plain changing
the landscape forever.
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