That Choice To Face Obstacles
The best route to take,
by Lawrence S. Pertillar
To ensure something focused upon...
Has a chance to get done without friction,
Is to take the opposite direction,
Others have said is the most popular one.
This will guarantee less commotion on the route.
And that choice to face obstacles,
Produces something learned...
Those preferring an easy way,
Will always find reason and time to argue.
It is easier to get something done by one,
Than to discuss the longevity of benefits...
That has yet to materialize to exist for all,
Who will come together to resist...
The nature of the benefit and how it will be implemented.
And at who's advantage.
If one has been down this road before,
There is no need to repeat the experience.