Accidental Intentions

Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

Any crisis invented,
Had opportunity to prevent.
Nothing that begins,
Is done without intention meant.

Listening to avoid,
The use of common sense.
Or considering thinking as a process,
To access the best results to get.
Will seldom not produce,
Remorse and regret.
With excuses to make more of them.
Leaving the ones who initiated the problem,
Blaming to accuse someone else...
For doing something done,
They've created for themselves to deny!

Any crisis invented,
Had its opportunity to prevent it.
Since nothing that begins,
Is done without an intention meant.

Lies to tell.
Deception implemented.
And people used to convince,
What has been done...
Was not seen to come.
Rely upon those unconscious.
With it hoped they will believe,
Everything that happens...
Happens 'accidentally'.

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