Lawrence S. Pertillar
Clocking My Own Time - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Do I care that you may be offended
By an honesty I feel?
Do you think I should show remorse and quilt,
That I am losing my appeal?
Do you believe that your false stature,
Makes you prominent in my mind?
I'm not seeing that doctor you are...
Who lies and tells you 'you' are fine!
I'm clocking my own time,
In this life I am living!
Any dissatisfaction I get...
You'll be the first to know,
It is being returned
And I'm the one that's giving!
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