A Bravado Meant To Impress

A relating to a yesterday of one's greatness,
To leave none of it invested in younger generations...
With a maintaining of it as a prize to prioritize,
Can not for them, the young alone...
Be expected to achieve to keep uplifted on myth!
While their elders glorify themselves,
With an inconsistent showing...
Of a bravado meant to impress,
As those mentioned deeds done by unknown ancestors...
Seem to be suitable to fit any scenerio of told heroism.

by Lawrence S. Pertillar

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