by Vernon Waring
(King of Prussia, PA-USA)

It's nice to be humble -
to be modest and fair;
Best not to crumble
into bits of despair.

We all sometimes stumble
and lose our way,
Caught up in a jumble,
end up in a fray.

No need to rumble,
no need to riot.
Don't ever grumble -
best to stay quiet.

Avoid a tumble,
proceed without fear.
Don't start to fumble -
this could be your year.

And never mumble:
speak clear and loud,
And never bumble,
stay steady, be proud.

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