Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 48,706 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

A Life Lived That Has A Meaning - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

Cooped up in a loop,
Can be removed to fool a loser.
And change,
The one who claims to feel pain.
Oh...
Cooped up in a loop,
Can be reduced to soothe a mover,
And change,
What had for them stayed the same!

Time given unspent can be a detriment that dims,
The mind of the one with procrastination done.
And wastes in hesitation,
To explore more frustrations.

Cooped up in a loop,
Can be removed to fool a loser.
And change,
The one who claims to feel pain.
Oh...
Cooped up in a loop,
Can be reduced to soothe a mover,
And change,
What had for them stayed the same!

Shouting from the roof,
Can break frustrations loose.
And change,
What had for them stayed the same!

Defending hesitation...
Welcomes procrastination.

Shouting from the roof,
Can break frustrations loose.
And change,
What had for them stayed the same!

Cooped up in a loop,
Can be removed to fool a loser.
And change,
The one who claims to feel pain.
Oh...
Cooped up in a loop,
Can be reduced to soothe a mover,
And change,
What had for them stayed the same!

Oh...
A life lived that has a meaning,
Is no life to demean.
Oh...
A life lived that has a meaning,
Is no life to demean.

Cooped up in a loop,
Can be reduced to soothe a mover,
And change,
What had for them stayed the same!
Oh...
A life lived that has a meaning,
Is no life to demean.
Oh...
A life lived that has a meaning,
Is no life to demean.
Oh...
A life lived that has a meaning,
Will change.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 24, 2010



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