Lawrence S. Pertillar
Didn'T You Say This Before? - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
In the doing of what it takes to get things done,
By a doer...
Why is it,
There are those who do not know what a doer does...
There they are...
Appearing from nowhere,
With their mouths opened...
Rattling off their unsolicited and nagging suggestions,
As to how anyone who does what they do...
Should do what they suggest while they,
Do absolutely nothing,
But argue with the doer of a doing that gets done.
With a wasting of that doer's time?
'Didn't you say this before?
This is sounding familiar.'
And somehow you just can not get the hint!
'Maybe because I have no clue what it is you are talking about.
And who is the dodoer not doing the dodo to the dude.'
HOPELESS I tell you.
It's a 'hope' that's getting 'less'.
'And now you want to change the subject.
And you always tell me,
I am the one not knowing how to communicate?
I am the only one who makes attempts to do it with you.
You want to talk about toilets and who uses them.
You've got a problem and you don't want to face it.'
I need some time alone.
Maybe that's what I need.
Some time to myself.
To get some rest.
Give me a call if you need me for anything.
You know I'm on your side.
You take it easy, okay?
Don't stress over it.
Let it go.
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