Unsolicited Advice

There are times that come,
When unsolicited advice is spoken.
Given and should be taken to value.
Especially given to one who meddles.
Insisting they know something,
They know nothing about.
To then start an argument,
With it begun not to end.
Involving others they should not.
Although continue to disrespect them.
To demean with intent.
Then attempt a quick fix.
To prevent their own headaches.
Headaches that linger on.
Remaining more severe than migraine.
Self inflicted.
To permit.
Since one with an open mouth,
Can not seem to close it.
And use their ears,
For the purpose to listen.
Understand and comprehend.

by Lawrence S. Pertillar

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