Lawrence S. Pertillar
Which Image Best Impresses - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Reality to face.
And promises made kept to believe,
Seldom seem to meet...
A doing to keep,
Anyone's long lasting satisfaction.
To do with a truth to comprehend.
Or made understood to agree upon.
With a doing that makes it clear,
Which image best impresses...
That has been expressed to leave,
An honesty left.
'And I promise you,
My every intention meant...
Will remain as a meant intention.
This I promise.
And 'that' I can say,
From the bottom of my empathizing heart.'
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