What Would You Do?

Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

Your opinions and my activities,
Are on separate paths.
That is why I'm not seen,
In your presence too often.
Or what you may say to me...
Seldom lasts.
I wonder how much your life would improve...
If you took your own advice,
And followed through!
Where would you be?
And when you arrived there...
What would you do?

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