Lawrence S. Pertillar
Double Talking - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Be careful of those who show,
They can be decivious.
Witness what is delivered,
From the side of their mouths.
A double talking through twisted lips...
Can be expected to come out.
Eyes may glaze with lies prepared.
Rehearsed and staged,
To make an appearance...
If one is not aware,
A presentation is all that is there.
With a hope to see the receptive in belief.
And a mind that exposes,
An absence of an occupant.
Ready to be sold on anything.
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