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  LAWRENCE S. PERTILLAR (February/'47)
 
 
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  3997.     

Fresh Meat (A Soliloquy to CandyAss)

You say it is tender...
And you call it ever sweet!
You say nothing like it,
Will be found on these streets.
You say it is rare,
And it can not be beat!
You 'wink' of a seasoning,
That has not been tweaked!
Making this treat so complete!
But it had to come from somewhere?
Besides thin air for us to meet.
Others might have told you...
It was good to them to eat!
But the presentation is overdone,
And for me that is not fresh meat!
 
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  3998.     

Fresh Strangers

Deceivers do not become more wise,
When applying their familiar misdeeds.
However...
Those deceived are the recipients of growth,
Comprehension and wisdom bestowed.
To leave behind deceivers to fine new avenues,
As they hope to uncover fresh strangers...
To employ a display of duping,
Not before by them seen.
Hopefully!
 
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  3999.     

Fresh Targets

In these days and times...
It is difficult to leave confrontational people,
Alone!
And/or behind.
They seem to want to follow a process,
Of pursuing conflict to address their illnesses.

One has to strategically avoid them.
Sometimes at one's own risk.
Even if it means to be recognized...
After perfecting an assortment of disguises.
They seem to just know how to solicit,
Those they wish to identify as fresh targets!

'Oh!
I didn't know that was you.
Didn't you say you would be home at 2?
I thought that was you earlier passing by too!
What are you trying to do...
Fool me with another disguise?
As if you are trying to avoid me! '

Not at all!
You see on Wednesdays I like to dress up,
In this pirate outfit and adorn a powdered wig...
With sunglasses.
And this cane I use as a prop to enhance the limp.

'It's amazing what some people do to attract attention!
Was that you last week dressed as Mother Hubbard?
Now 'that' was very entertaining.
Why don't you do Whoopie?
She hardly gets imitators.
And I think she's terrific! '
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar
   
 

   
   
 

  4000.     

Fresh Tidbits

I wouldn't call them preferences.
That's too severe!
I would call them 'fresh tidbits'!
Anything that adapts to adjustments made,
To my ever changing fantasies.
Preferences are too unstable,
And subject to scrutiny!
Don't you think?

'You're a 'tiddlywinker'...
And I'm more into dominoes'.

As if 'that' should make sense? !
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar
   
 
 
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