Lawrence S. Pertillar
As If To Make Fashion Statements - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Observing a segment of the population,
Walking around as best as they can...
With accepted self inflicted disabilities,
As if to make fashion statements...
Huge profits are being made,
To keep them mentally attached...
And kept conditioned to beliefs,
A suffering done they do...
Represents an honorable existence.
And those who appear to be perfectly healthy,
Are 'assumed' to be visitors from out of town.
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