UNRELIEVED

  {It is cruel to discover one’s mediocrity only when it is too late.}Maugham, William Somerset - ] W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965) -- 'Unrelieved' indigestion is call for 'Vilipend' the Cause Expression and 'Abnegate' the future to the FEW. -- "Let me Know How That Works Out For You." -- The 'Palladium' of Doubt is always worth a shout. -- 'Palladium' concession -- What to do? -- "Let me Know How That Works Out For You." -- 'Abnegate' the Challenge -- With so many confusing Sounds -- Not 'Vilipend' the Banner of the Yin. -- Guys and Dolls, another Day -- Women in Black most every Way. -- Spring Forward to Begin --  Anyway, -- Start Over Small. -- And Wave across the Earth in Hand. -- Answering the Call. -- If at first you don't Succeed -- Take time to Understand -- Simplified without faction. --  Best to see the Universal Human Need. -- The Journey to the West another Way, --  Is cause for some attraction -- Too much to Say. -- With so many versions of People Lying -- Or is that perceived perception -- And better yet to Be Believed -- So many People, Dying. -- As yet the thought of some reception -- Still our Mediocrity is  'Unrelieved'. -->>L.T.Rhyme  -->>"Oui, Understand, Persistence, Focus, Ting." -->>J.J.Rousseau [ {Nothing is so firmly believed as what is least known.} - Michel de Montaigne, essayist (1533-1592) ]

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