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  LAWRENCE S. PERTILLAR (February/'47)
 
 
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  7229.     

In Shallow Steps Kept

Contributions made to avert disaster...
Had some chuckling,
As others were seen in uncontrollable laughter.
No one now shows a smirk or grin!
Frozen they are,
In shallow steps kept with heartfelt deceptions.
And donations of insight...
Have now dwindled to scatter in blistering winds.
Even notes left provoking those to move on...
Can not be found,
With explicit marked exits!
And where, when and how...
To place one's feet back on solid ground.
 
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  7230.     

In Sick Divisions

Quote he does...
From those who lived in 1779!
In town meetings held,
To enthrall those captured...
By a deceit known too well!

And he bloats these quotes,
Wishing to be perceived and believed...
He is the one chosen,
And the best to lead!

He makes statements of having values,
Like those who sit and listen.
While their infrastructure crumbles quick.
He dares to announce...
He supports more of this.

Yet nothing has he said,
Makes sense to their current existence!
He speaks of more war!
As they all are faced with foreclosed doors.
He speaks of depleting,
Their struggles to maintain...
A quality of life.
While an economy drains...
And crawls from lack of insight!

He speaks of disqualifications,
Of those he opposes!
Those who stand for justice.
Those inexperienced...
Who insist to wake up those who dose!

He campaigns to keep a drain remaining.
As those confused applaud in ovation!
Those who wish to maintain their blight.
Although he has no innovation...
To end their self righteousness,
Or their degradation!

Addicted they are!
And prescribed to sustain conflicts.
In sick divisions!
That darken their dimming visions!
That removes 'light' from their lives!

And yet...
He has been selected,
As the best candidate!
Their best prospect...
To reap a remembered prosperity.
From dreams that are dieing.
But he promises 'if' elected...
He will turn back the clock to revive,
And restore!
This he says he will ensure they get!
 
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  7231.     

In Slow Accepting Doses

If I wanted to fuzzy you with cuddly,
That approach would be for you...
Not out of the ordinary.
That is what you seek to protect your beliefs.

But it is your delusions,
That squeeze life from you.
As if to aid in your addiction to be deceive.
In slow accepting doses.

And me?
I will never deceive you.
Is that the reason why when I am around,
You begin to cringe?
Perceiving me to be a demon.

Look around you.
You are the one fighting them out of my sight.
However...
There is something about their approach,
That feeds your appetite.
Am I right?
And I am just a reminder of your insecurities.

No matter how long you try...
You can not blame your insecurities on me.
I am not a fuzzy cuddler.
And 'that' I will acknowledge.
 
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  7232.     

In Solitary Confinement

A correcting of a created reality,
To not include truth as an existence...
With permission given,
To re-tell aging myths for purposes...
Not to dismiss delusions,
But to validate them in visual depictions...
Has those with evidence of truth,
Found bound and gagged...
In solitary confinement.
Preferring to stay that way.

'But we've come to rescue you.
There are generations,
Who have been told you are not real.
And you had never existed.
Who bound and gagged you?
And why have you been,
In a self inflicting solitary confinement? '

~Trust me.
All of this has been my own decision.
But the price I had to pay,
To stay honest...
I could not afford to keep up with the myths.
When it was discovered what I gave was free,
Immediately I became suspected for treason.~

'I can understand your choice to be confined.
But why be bound and gagged too? '

~I use to be married.
Now you figure the rest of it out.
And if you don't mind,
Please keep your finding me 'our' secret.
If word gets out I am real and exist,
Too many questions will be asked.
Like the ones you have asked,
That has me already tired of it.~

'Your hands and feet?
Who tied them? '

~Truth to be as is,
Has numerous abilities and skills.
Now 'gitouttahere'.~

'Truth?
You can be frightening.'
 
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