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  3997.     

Entrapment Of Facts

Yes...
You've been hoodwinked and swindled.
Bamboozled and deceived.

Yes...
You've been emotionally drained,
By all that you could not fathom...
Or wished to believe.

And even though you have called 'me' crazy,
Because my prior sentiments...
Were regarded as embittered,
And made no logical sense.
When you were in fact,
Attached to those senseless acts.

Guess what?
Not another minute,
Of your newly discovered visuals...
Are going to redefine,
Your wasting of my time.

Call me anything you want.
But it is your voice,
Not mine...
That has been distanced.

My own was deemed long ago,
The one chosen to be ignored.
I am sure you remember that! ?
And what you are now experiencing,
Is an entrapment of facts.
Upfront and delusion free!
 
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  3998.     

Entrapped to Feed the Whims of Fat Cats

What difference does it make,
Who is selected to represent...
Fake entitlements.

If such distractions can be afforded,
To maintain and sustain them...
That is going to happen!

Those entrapped to feed the whims of fat cats,
Will continue.

You...
Not they,
Provide them entertainment.
That's all.

You may have done it.
However...
I am sure they have not,
Lowered their expectations.
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar
   
 

   
   
 

  3999.     

Entrapped Within a Big Ego

Can someone be so distracted by their own vanity,
That they will ignore...
The last of the giving of sound advice?
Can someone be so entrapped within a big ego,
They will destroy themselves at any price?

And this is not as mysterious,
As witnessed by those who observe.
There are those for years will do as they please...
No matter who warns them,
To duck from a punch or swerve away from a curb.

They are just in it for the punishment!
To secretly in discreet treat themselves to deviations.
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar
   
 

   
   
 

  4000.     

Entrenched

Now a request
To revive and clean up
An intentional mess
Is professed!
But what has been nurtured
With evil deeds to succeed,
Will not be changed because of pleas.
What has been done to cultivate
The minds of prim and proper asses,
Shall be left the way it is
Since the trash that has been planted,
Was instigated
Without advancing
The process of thought to enhance!
Dance on your own garbage entrenched...
And purposedly self entranced!
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar
   
 
 
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