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I shall layeth down my cloak of redemption

It shall cleaneth you of all manner of compensation

For just as my temperament doth squabble feebly

with the present foibles of my most difficult current hostilities


Sweet majestic

Unwavering time

Doth reconcile in me

An assurance of tranquility

Shall invade my troubled waters

And calm the turbulent seas

To but a ripple

As if transposed to a lake

Where the sun doth shine

From the heavens

Torturous stress leaven!

And prosperity

Will live

In my house

Once more


Published by The Appeal to Safety LLC

I am the owner of The Appeal To Safety. The Appeal to Safety is a Construction Safety Management/ Safety Consulting business. We provide Site Safety Managers/ Site Safety Coordinators/ Concrete Safety Managers/ Construction Site Fire Safety Managers for prospective NYC Construction companies that are well-versed in NYC Dept. of Buildings, FDNY, CDC, DOT and other relevant government agency codes and regulations/ safety standards. We also can provide EHS Construction Safety Managers for Heavy Civil Construction projects based in New York City and vicinity. We have a vast database of Licensed Safety Managers that we utilize to find Outstanding Safety Manager Candidates for our clients. Please contact for any and all of your Construction Safety needs! Together we will make The Appeal to Safety! Enjoy my original poetry with curated music videos! Have a great day!


    1. Thank you for the kind comment. I write my poems as they flow from my mind. My highest attainment is to know that they provoke reflection. Any thoughts, whether they be considered positive or negative, are enough for me. The ability to induce another human being to think is the highest praise for my poetry. My poem which was created in the physical world has entered the realm of readers.

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