Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 8,294 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Buyer Remorse


You can't keep,
The people convinced...
They can live their lives without all the 'stuff'.
Oh no you can't keep,
The people convinced...
Living basically is not that tough.

Since buyer remorse,
Is of course...
A teaching taught and accepted.
With a rush to feel indepted.

Buyer remorse,
Is of course...
A teaching taught to accept,
Alone at home to groan.

No you can't keep,
The people convinced...
Living basically is not that tough.
Oh no you can't keep,
The people convinced...
They can live their lives with alot less 'stuff'.

Since buyer remorse,
Is of course...
A teaching taught and accepted.
With a getting in debt to regret.

And...
A buyer remorse,
Is of course...
A feeling one wants to own.
Alone to groan in one's home.

Yes a buyer remorse,
Is of course...
A teaching taught,
To live.
Who can escape this fate?

A buyer remorse,
Is of course...
A teaching taught,
To live.

Submitted: Sunday, April 07, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013

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