Lawrence S. Pertillar
A 'supreme' Invention Meant - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Release them from their inbred madness!
Black and white stagnation,
Dipped in fear of integration!
Segregated links have weakened...
The greatness of a nation sought!
With pettiness amongst them fought!
Release them from their quest to rule.
And tools only fools use to prove themselves cruel!
Unfortunate are those who see some as inferior.
After exploiting resources,
To annoint themselves superior!
Delusions of power exposing insecurities...
With an ineptness of concepts,
To destroy economies!
Intentions to take and make subservience stick...
Has done nothing to advance humanity,
Or grant honor upon those...
Who have proven to all,
Their ambitions are judged to be mentally sick!
God comes to show all...
With Disciples sent,
None of this backbiting dementedness...
Is suitable to exist,
As a 'supreme' invention meant!
Sit God does with 'spirits' watching...
Growing more each day incensed!
And displeased by those
Who have manipulated and chose...
Themselves as 'royality'!
With secrets to perceive and receive,
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