Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Everything Today Is In a Collective Bin


What is the argument?
And why are those hidden sentiments...
Trying to find a purpose.
That attracts to their past actions.

Everything today is in a collective bin.
The selfish can not see it,
Because of the mindsets they've lived in.

A greed has intoxicated them into beliefs...
Everything they've gotten,
Has not been produce by those...
They've disregarded and forgotten.

What is the argument?
And why are those hidden sentiments...
Trying to find a purpose,
To regurgitate from an hypnosis done.
That has enraged the minds of the blinded ones!

Everything today is in a collective bin.
The selfish can not see it,
Because of the mindsets they've lived in.
A greed has intoxicated them into beliefs...
Everything they've gotten,
Has not been produce by those...
They've disregarded and forgotten,
Just to indulge themselves in entertaining whims.
Not caring about others...
But them, them, them!

They wish to conquer and win.
But what?

Is the argument?

And from where was this insecurity fed?
That jeopardizes a security,
To bring upon their chosen soil...
Blood donated and shed!

'They fight to incite their on insanity,
Without consciousness or insight.
To where would they flee...
When the poisons have worn off,
Of their bitter thoughts.'

Submitted: Friday, June 12, 2009

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