A Signature’s Display

Each written word reveals many things.
What does a signature tell you?
Is it sound, plain and mature?
Is it recognized as only yours?

Its duty is to represent you.
Sign it plain, clear, and true.
Put something there that is only you.
It represent connecting with you.

Penmanship is here to stay.
It gives beauty to display
Do not crowd, give it space.
It will remain long in its place.

Give it a sway and a curve.
Display the dignity it deserves.
Remember, it is on display
Viewed all the way to the end of our days.

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Give the dignity your signature deserves! Excellent thought!


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