Lawrence S. Pertillar
Disguised As A Piper - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Like a shepherd who watches,
And slaughters sheep.
A molester comes out of hiding,
Disguised as a piper...
Garbed in robes.
And appearing angelic sweet.
Leader of a dynasty...
That preys on followers,
With encouraging sanctimonious words.
By hides evils deep...
As a pious king,
Who underneath this charade...
Condones and shelters creeps.
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