Rubber Meets Road

BY: RuthW

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Every day without fail,
I tell my son: Always do the right thing.
If you give your word, keep it.

Sometimes he rolls his eyes,
but I know it sinks in eventually.

I look back at the fading
forensics of those times
You tried to reach me too.
Rolling my eyes toward the heavens, I tuned You out.

Look at the whole of nature and the arc of life and it’s clear:
I gave you my word, and I’ll keep it.

Please make me mindful of the fact
That the things that really matter find their way back in time.

 

 

 

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