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"Trust" The latest installment from The Anonymous Poet Laureate

  • For those of you unfamiliar with Joe's work, the Anonymous Poet Laureate Joe!!! is a writer who occasionally sends me poetry to share with you all.  This is the latest one...




    There are people you like and those you love.

    But trust is one thing that is set above.

    If you aren't trusted, the friends are few.

    Because when life is difficult, they can't count on you.


    They may like you but in you never will confide.

    Lack of trust will have them wonder if you're on their side.

    If you repeat all that you see and hear.

    Your friends will be close mouthed when you are near.


    Having trust you'll always know where you stand.

    Like you or not, they'll know you're a good man.

    They'll know you will be there when ever you say.

    And not expecting them to give some form of pay.


    Being trusted is the most important trait in life.

    Love is worthless without it in a husband or wife.

    Once trust is lost you can not get it back.

    When you lose trust, between lives will be a crack.


    Strive to have the trust of all you know.

    Whether the person be your friend or foe.

    Go through life being a person of complete trust.

    You'll be well thought of when you return to dust.