Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 68,655 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Lawrence S. Pertillar Poems

18761. 2008 11/17/2007
18762. A Love To Hate 11/20/2006
18763. 2007 12/31/2006
18764. (the) Depthness Of This Kind Of Introspect... 11/23/2008
18765. 2009 9/17/2008
18766. (further Away) From The Year Two Thousand And Eight 12/28/2008
18767. ~60~ 9/21/2006
18768. '...I Feel Like I'Ve Been Robbed! ' 12/16/2008
18769. ~62~ 10/13/2008
18770. ...And 'Now' I Lay Me Down To Sleep 5/21/2009
18771. Michael Joseph Jackson 6/25/2009
18772. ' The Freed Of Getting Frisked At Your Risk Foundation ' 5/25/2011
18773. (the) Fate Of Fatal Lovers 3/14/2009
18774. (the) Benefit Of Needless Conflict 4/12/2009
18775. (the) Budding Grace Of April 4/28/2007
18776. (the) Bigger Lie 5/14/2009
18777. A Broken Heart Within 9/25/2007
18778. (the) Acceptance Of A Nothingness 5/9/2009
18779. $5 A Barrel Of What? 3/6/2008
18780. $10 A Gallon? 3/18/2008

Comments about Lawrence S. Pertillar

  • Faith Elizabeth Brigham (4/30/2006 11:00:00 AM)

    Lawrence-You have so much talent and have always been one of favorite poets here. You have a wonderful style and are a true poet!

    All my best-Faith

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  • Prasetya Utama Prasetya Utama (3/17/2006 1:56:00 AM)

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Best Poem of Lawrence S. Pertillar

$10 A Gallon?

$10 a gallon?
For what?

'Does that really matter now?
When it approached
One dollar per gallon...
You should have voiced your concern then!
Not when your pockets have gotten thin.
And deepened to hold more lint!
You want to make cents?
Put these sunglasses on.
Grab a twig from a bush...
And get to begging!
You might gain some sympathy,
From someone who recognizes you are in disguise.
And they are in the mood,
To share with you their good attitude.
IF they have some of 'that' left! '

Read the full of $10 A Gallon?

Debts Of Love

If only we could keep preserved,
These days of joy and merriment.
With them stored away.
To again pick them to serve.
After these holidays leave.
And the debts we credited foolishly,
To express our depths of love...
For others we show.
Shared their love with us,
To offer their assistance.
With the bills we owe.

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