Lawrence S. Pertillar
'Deities' Amongst Us - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
They believe themselves to be keeper of secrets,
Stolen from sacred tombs.
They believe themselves to possess,
Origins of an existence...
They wish to themselves kept.
Although something far greater amongst us looms.
And to themselves kept,
And digesting a foolishness...
To only them they get to digest.
An order of higher consciousness,
Has begun to set.
Their mindsets are disturbed.
And an obviousness of this...
Is being monitored closely,
By 'Deities' amongst us...
Doing it with much interest as 'they' observe.
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