Lawrence S. Pertillar
What Are 'Your' Specifics? - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
So much easier it is,
To attack one who achieves with a doing done.
Than it is to criticize that one who does this,
To impress with plans to do.
With only the evidence one who judges can produce,
Of mistakes another has made in the process...
To the making of attempts to correct those mistakes,
In a public manner to have those errors addressed.
And yet with audacity an honesty is confessed.
To have it perceived the one who critiques...
Is the best one anyone should choose and select,
To represent the very of their interests.
Your ideas are worth a giving of attention.
What are your specifics? '
~That has yet to be determined.
I can promise you when elected,
You will 'then' know what my plans have been.~
'Do you have more than pictures,
And posters with slogans to show us? '
That too you will be given an opportunity to see.
But today my priority is to convince you,
What I offer is a better solution.~
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