Lawrence S. Pertillar

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

Conditional Indifference - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

I will think about that for you.
So you don't have to.
Why some people do the things...
They choose to do.

I will think about that for you.
So you wont have to.
Why some people keep such selfish,
Attitudes.

People want somebody there,
When they hit brick walls.
And complain to moan about it,
Sun up 'til night falls.

People don't go visit,
Those they know sick in bed.
And they show they could care less,
To visit or show interest.

I will think about that for you.
So you wont have to.
As to why some people keep such selfish,
Attitudes.

People don't go visit,
Those they know who are sick.
Or place a call or visit,
Even if they know it.

But yet they want somebody there,
When they hit brick walls.
To complain to moan about it,
Sun up until night falls.

And then they wonder why,
They are treated with a distance.
Sun up 'til night falls.
Sun up 'til night falls.
Then they wonder why,
They are shown conditional indifference.
Sun up 'til night falls.
Sun up 'til night falls.

People don't go visit,
Those they know who are sick.
Or place a call or visit,
Even if they know it.
And then they wonder why,
They are treated with a distance.
Sun up 'til night falls.
Sun up 'til night falls.
Then they wonder why,
They are shown conditional indifference.
Sun up 'til night falls.
Sun up 'til night falls.

Topic(s) of this poem: life


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, September 2, 2015


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