This Is Our Milestone (Follow Up To Why Can'T I Realize What I'Ve Done?)

Poem By Adrian Cordova

How can anyone take you seriously,
When you are not punctual?
This meeting started three hours ago.
And there is not going to be a review,
Just for you.

We are doing our best,
To put unity and family togetherness
At a test.
And it is obvious that 'discipline' is needed,
To proceed with this effort...
If any of us expects success!

Don't show up late as a favor.
Be on time as an obligation!
How can we as a family,
Make attempts to move forward...
If we all decided to go shopping,
To find something new to wear...
Just to look good to make that impression?
When you could have been here on time...
Looking better than ever like everyone else!



Dedicated:
To my huge and tremendous,
brilliantly talented family!
And to other families the world over,
who have come to realize 'tomorrow' is 'now'
for that unity and family togetherness to begin.

'We are going to do this!
AND with you.
So get over 'yo'self'!

There is too much to get done.
And taking time to look gorgeous,
With a radiance that stuns...
Will defeat the process of what has started.

Especially when everyone,
Already looks good enough to eat!
So get over 'yo'self'!
Sit down and let us meet.'

Love you,
Larry

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