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Traditionally, one expects
A handshake to confirm a deal
Or, a nod and the word ‘yes’
Or, to indicate it has appeal.

Traditionally, thought by most,
Habit would, good manners, make.
Yet, caution might be well applied
For everybody’s sake.

Traditionally, we speak truth.
At those rare lies we hear,
We might hope the words are
But misplaced effort to endear.

Traditionally, sunshine
Is on the other side of night.
Work is done before sunset,
With sufficient foresight.

Traditionally, we praise,
Urging others to agree.
But, only sincere smiles
Bring return smiles - traditionally.


By The_Pip2

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