Unafraid To Admit It

Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

I see nothing wrong,
With anyone being indecisive.
There had been times I made choices,
To later regret a mistake I've made.
And unafraid to admit it.

But I do object to those deciding,
That decisions made by those choosing...
To live their lives unconfused,
Should first be approved by others...
Who sit on fences,
Defending their positions.
Without moving an inch away,
From excusing what they do on a daily basis.

I see nothing wrong,
With anyone being indecisive.
There had been times I made choices,
To later regret a mistake I've made.
And unafraid to admit it.
However...
To hear it said, 'I told you so.'
From anyone playing it safe,
Takes all I have just to keep my mouth closed.
To know fence sitters,
Spend most of their time offending others.

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hey! nice poem, philosophical , love it


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