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Perspective

By Mary E. Adair

Each by his own perspective
Must speak and live
Associate, tolerate
Accept or give
Rise before dawn
Or when day is half done
Meander slowly
Or speedily run
Discriminate
Or barely discern
From experience
Or only school to learn
Proceed with caution
Or brashly rush
Yield gracefully
Or all opposition crush
Surge to the forefront
Or quietly wait
Inevitably perspective
Determines our fate.

01/09/2011 Mary E. Adair


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