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Phillip Coffey - Briefly at the Green County Food Pantry

SO BRIEFLY - By Phillip Coffey

Debating with myself - Should I go to assist at the Green County Food Pantry, today?

Maybe make a cameo appearance as "Big Stars" often do - limited time in the limelight.

No way I can go "all out" for the full fifteen rounds this soon - after COVID episode.

There is always an excuse or something another available, somewhere to pull out,

When one decides, might not want to be responsible for anything that I should willingly do.



Brought up well with plenty to discuss, but never in my childhood did I say," Don't feel

Like going to church today, just leave me alone, decided to just stay here sleeping- by myself".

Still believe in the Holy Spirit -100 percent, plenty of times listed-didn't listen too well.

Only once was I unable to work in tobacco, hay or anything I recall, asked by my father to follow through.

After a visit to a Physician-advancing healing of my wounds-no statement was given but just knew

"Get out there and do your part for anybody, especially your parents in everything implied or required of you.

Almost always following my hero's silenced commands knowing, seeing in his eyes the fear he once knew.

So, if one be healthy or just a tad crippled up - always be helpful, kind, respectful to everyone - Not loudly expressing your views, no temper tandems, no drawing a sword-silence is the call.

Do a follow up-paying your dues, Preponderance of evidence of things I haven't done, epilogue to this 'chit and chatter' - made an appearance,

Ever so very briefly at the Green County Food Pantry.


This story was posted on 2022-08-20 09:22:20
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