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  1877.     

A Mutual Sharing Has Become Effective

What can be said to someone that hurts?
Someone accustomed,
To wallowing away in sludge and dirt...
With given alerts that warn.

What can be said,
To some who struggles?
Toiling needlessly as if a martyr,
Out to prove...
A shackling to a ball and chain,
Is one's mission.

And the one watching this,
Shouting in a voice that has become hoarse...
Becomes just as sickened!
And suggestions from others to quit,
Divorce from it...
Is unbearable to see!
Yet can not leave.

What can be said to someone that hurts?
Someone accustomed,
To wallowing away in sludge and dirt...
With given alerts that warn?
Nothing!
As long as they have someone there,
To witness their despair...
A mutual sharing has become effective,
In the process.
 
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  1878.     

A Natural Knack Chosen

It has been my biggest mistake made to date.
Proving that honesty spoken and faced,
Is better than having the telling of lies...
To chase me for the rest of my life.

I have learned today,
So many prefer the telling of lies.
And have come to despise those,
Who seem to have a natural knack chosen...
In the poking of holes that masquerade kept delusions.
 
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  1879.     

A Need to Express Something Fresh Emerges

There is something unattractive,
About recycled old habits.
They eventually stale.
Like a relationship with redundant activities.

Sooner or later,
A need to express something fresh emerges.
And this should be observed.
Is there anything in nature,
That is not being constantly renewed?

Beside the need for greed...
That seems to be a human fed entrapment!
With conflicts even Mother Nature shows,
No tolerance!
On any level scientists may attempt to change.
Through the creation and healing of chosen diseases.
 
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  1880.     

A Needed Verification

The success of ignorance expressed today,
Can be easily determined...
By the denials maintained by a host of people,
Who are still disbelieving what they hear and see.

Although the facts of their lives lived,
Are literally being exposed before their eyes.

And to hear some folks react with shock,
Motivates others to repeatedly ask strangers...
To validate for them,
The month, day and time to ensure...
They are still among those awake and conscious.
That's how serious a needed verification is getting.
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar
   
 
 
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