• Others 25.07.2007

    Many a stigma floats–to destroy charm;
    While, public repulse intends some harm.
    An individual worth…seldom last forever;
    Narrow minds determine–what is clever.

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    Many a stigma floats–to destroy charm;
    While, public repulse intends some harm.
    An individual worth…seldom last forever;
    Narrow minds determine–what is clever.

    Genius flies through the greatest of fools,
    For prejudice forms an image not so cool.
    Publicity renders human-states…to resist;
    Alas, determine foolishness should persist.

    Earthly dwellers obviously increase in age;
    Time!…is the factor that developes a sage.
    Contributions made…are by active minds,
    Chiseling grooves to appease Fathertime.

    Human beings of any size possess a brain;
    Those involved in creation…are the same.
    Children go through school with high IQs;
    Finally, register a diet–with nothing to do.

    Gray & bald–signify the arteries are firm,
    As years roll-in!…to diminish public charm.
    A genius may brighten the day with smiles,
    Tho’ winkles seldom drive the ladies wild.

    Perhaps skin creases are the lady’s fault;
    As a stimuli appears, the lady feels naught.
    Charm is a shy-type to offer a contribution,
    As a subtle approval–deserves distribution.

    Who is the public–disturbed by fat old men,
    And disallow his contribution–a valid blend?
    When death leaves man’s endeavor behind,
    An open test-of-time will generally decide.
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