This poem condemns indecisiveness in leadership. The third couplet aptly says: "Leading from behind's a dithering stance, It's akin to a sordid appeasement, It emboldens the foe and does enhance, And ends in a negative achievement." Dithering misses opportunities and is an affront to liberty. (continued below)
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Weeds Of Dithering, Leads To Withering, 24 lines
(continued from above) The poem ends by warning that one must give an account one day, and therefore needs to be vigilant. It is a most interesting read, and a good reminder to young and old.
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