Lawrence S. Pertillar
Double Talkers Feed Poison - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Double talkers feed poison using double speak.
With a building of a bridge,
Constructed on the strength of lies told.
And hoping friends, relatives...
And others duped into becoming allies,
Will not learn of this...
Before their evilness has been firmly cemented,
With a perfect charade and a few scriptures learned.
Double talkers feed poison using double speak,
In some of the most unique and unsuspecting places.
With venomed tongues honeyed with a dripping of spice.
Since they have created their prefabrications on kindness,
To depict themselves as victims from a distance.
With a wish their defenses against reality have been made,
Delusioned and fantasized enough to be truth and honesty proof.
To conceal them from 'ever' being revealed or detected as deceivers.
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