Not That Long Ago

Poem By Phil Soar

Your children exemplify,
Some of the most atrocious behavior...
We have ever witnessed.
They are disobedient, obnoxious...
Rude and disrespectful.
And they have no regard for others. Period!

What are you saying?
My children do not possess leadership qualities? '

That may be true.
Whatever it is that has them possessed,
We are requesting you take them elsewhere...
To allow that possession an outlet to thrive.
But here, their behavior is not condoned.

And here is the brick your son threw through my window.
I signed and dated it for you as a reminder.

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