Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Rapturing One’s Goodwill

Rapturing One’s Goodwill

There are many things in life which bring great joy
For the child it may be just a simple toy
For others it may be to find the love of their life
Hoping that it will ease the pain of solitary strife
For others it may be to secure a wonderful job
Then looking forward to becoming a noble snob
You perhaps only seek a little comfort and quiet
Content in mentoring one's soul with a somber-filled diet
For the dreamer it may be to see a dream fulfilled
Rather than nightmares rapturing one’s goodwill
For the gatekeepers it may be to impart the truth
Before all innocence is lost on the indolent youth
For the reader it may be a chance to shape the mind
Rather improve one’s vision if instinctually blind

Thank you,
Joseph Pede


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