by: JP Leddy
But his skin color is not mine
Do Unto Others…
No time to serve in the food line
We will get him after school
Live within your means…
Another credit card for that jewel
No one is better than me
I expect everything free
I over buy and I over waste
and there’s more
but let’s work on these seven first
then we can truly soar!
This poem was entered into the Monday Potluck
Yes, it’s true we ober-buy and over-waste! Nice poem – keep writing!
This is so good.
I appreciate your comments
poignant – I like
Thank you. I am glad you enjoyed it.
When you think of it, it is just an everyday activity. good write
Wow, I love the take you gave on this, it’s refreshing to see and you have nailed it to perfection my friend. Always a pleasure to read your work oxoxox
You always say the things that encourage me in my writing.
I love how you did this….brilliant;)
I really appreciate that you read my piece.
Very interesting piece–I like where you went with it. Entertaining flow, with a unique presentation. Great work, and a wonderful submission to the potluck!
Thank you, Chris, for taking the time to read this piece and giving me feedback!
agree- before we could truly soar..
what a brilliant take on the theme- inversely! the seven virtues as against the seven deadly sins! way to go, tasithoughts!
Brilliant, and so very well said! Perfect contribution for the theme. Great work!
This is a good post, and seems like a good place to start.
Thank you, Annell.
I enjoyed this piece.
The way you have set things up is awesome and inspiring.
Well done man!
Peace to you!
Thanks, man! Peace back!
I simply love this, JP, a great reminder to all of us 🙂
I appreciate you reading and commenting, Imagina!
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how are you?
please vote when you have a moment,
you are nominated, automatically, u win 1 vote,
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thanks for the attention.
great bit of writing, extremely creative… 🙂