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Lawrence S. Pertillar

Veteran Poet - 4,379 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

More Realistic and Less Corrupt


We need,
More magic in our lives.
A magic seen before our eyes.
And one in which all testifies.

We need,
More of this witnessed each day.
To lift our spirits up,
With a warmth that keeps us comforted.

We need,
More magic in our lives accepted.
One that reflects,
A magneticness that eliminates distress.

A magic applied without promises of concepts.
One that projects a fulfilling wholesomeness.
And willingly shared,
By those aware this caring is done,
Everywhere!

We need,
More magic in our lives.
A magic seen before our eyes.
And one in which all testifies.

A magic that lifts with a spark that blazes up!
A magic more realistic and less corrupt.
A magic that lifts with a spark that blazes up!
A magic more realistic and less corrupt.

We need,
More magic in our lives accepted.
One that reflects,
A magneticness that eliminates distress.
One that 'forever' puts conflicts to rest.

Submitted: Sunday, August 08, 2010

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