“ Fury ” – cause of chicanery –

‘Tis construe be said fury,

Tho it be of man’s nature

For mind endured scurry,

To dispel passion blusters

Afore immutable blurry,

Set off by inducing anger

Leading beyond ferocity,

That man needs to waiver

Before state leads to rage,

Born of furious behaviour

Blind to objective engage,

In lieu of mended adverse,

Which affirms declaration,

Of man’s unnoticed apathy

As to concede he’d ignored

What describes best shown,

Of claimed hell hath no fury

Like a woman said scorned,

Be man’s cause of chicanery

That ignites daubs of misery,

Thus the feed that spurs fury!

 

                                                       © Jean-Jacques Fournier

 

 

 

 

 

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“ Right of Choice ” – for good or bad –

You’d come to be

Aware of options,

That set you free

Of blind caution,

A right of choice

To take a chance,

Albeit with degree

Of failed advance,

Stolid to repartee

Of critic endured,

In this stage of life

Bordering mature,

When chances rife

Tho ne’er assured,

Be for good or bad

Ye can’t fail but see,

That a right of choice

Forever belongs to me!

                                                             © Jean-Jacques Fournier