Why Shalt We Remember?

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My time is up!
The die has caste

My final hour
Is here at last

I do not aver
To contemplate aghast


Why should we remember?
A time that has past


Do not keep a record
Of the trials I have faced


The times of solitude
Stomped by the boot of errant ways


Why should we remember?
A tortured time and place


Where faced with Decembers
Dashed dreams of warm sun rays


Tis only the timber of my gallant ways!
That I wish recalled of these rainy days


Why should we remember?
The dark cold miserable dank haze!


As the headsman clambers up to his rightful place!


Why should we remember?
Persons stained with unmistakable grace


Why should we remember?
Of those passed on maligned of the human race


Why should we remember?
Can’t we go on the unspoken road to positive living ways?


Shan’t we waste our time on those judged irredeemable strays!


The axe of the executioner is held high and the arms are raised!


Why shalt we remember?


The cost of those who have come before us


Having been dutifully paid


To make this world a better place



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!

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