Morals Are:

Morals Are:

A Poem by LSS

Demonstration of rhyme and reason

"Oh the old crow flew past, caught her tail in a mast, and was swung round and dashed to the sea. So should you set your sail, without anchor or nail, you might find that you plummet as she."
" When you start off your day, without planning your way, and take chance that you'll find out your path. There's a better way leads, straight ahead through impedes, set your course for what goal that you hath."
"This old world is a maze, we all stumble in daze, its no wonder we falter and fail. Set your course by a plan, whether woman or man, its by purpose we chart and we sail."

© 2014 LSS

Author's Note

6-6-9, 6-6-9, repeat

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Added on September 16, 2014
Last Updated on September 16, 2014



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