Advice

Poem By Morgan Michaels

Never take tips from your rivals: Discretely
they'll stress your faults and diss your merits;
Nor take solace from supporters:
they'll offer praise when none is due
and nobley overlook your faults

Comments about Advice

Great advice in this poem, Morgan. I will remember your words in every day life. Great poem, loved it! RoseAnn


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