Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Remembering Correctness


Game players who have long played out,
Stale and dated games to relay and play...
Still are observed with a doing to fool anyway.
As many of them are paid to remain crazed,
With a doing to eliminate escapes or once chosen exits...
Thought to be the best choices to make,
By those remembering correctness.
And the effect it had,
On a consciousness they wanted kept protected!

But those game players...
Who have long played out their stale and dated games,
To relay and play in an intentional betrayal...
Are still observed today with a doing to fool anyway.
As many are paid to remain as crazed as possible,
To prove they can eliminate escapes or once chosen exits...
Thought to be the best choices to make,
By those remembering correctness to respect and not neglect it.
But too few are left with these memories kept.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Edited: Thursday, May 15, 2014

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