Caution

Caution’s a necessity  nowadays
Once it was the province of the shy
As everywhere our private life’s displayed

For getting information we must pay
We use search engines and their words apply
Is caution called a  virtue nowadays?

Some folk fear so freeze in their dismay
They ruminate and never can decide
But everywhere  our private life’s displayed

Others are too trusting in their ways
Fools rush in and other folks deride
Is caution a necessity today?

For politicians, eyes and ears are wide
But lips are tight, as over us they ride
Caution is the virtue of the day
Yet everywhere our private life’s displayed

 

 

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About Kate Thwaite

I love writing , conversation, art, wild flowers, music and air.And books
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