Lawrence S. Pertillar
An Acquired Taste - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
When people start making listening,
Prioritized as their agendas...
Which now have no benefit...
Will then become limited,
To allow a broadened consciousness...
To happen and occur.
That last part about the biscuits and liqueur?
I didn't quite get that.
When you mentioned something about agendas...
With limited mint?
I am sure that has to be an acquired taste.
I can't imagine having an appetite for that at all.'
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