Lawrence S. Pertillar
Encouragement Of Inappropriateness - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
How can they be corrected?
When eyes have been set upon,
How can a pride be handed to them?
Indecision, temptation and sin
Is branded upon them!
Who introduces which roads to take?
When appetites are prepared,
To satiate themselves
In a world saturated by hate!
Have you awakened too late to realize...
How can these misfortunes thrive.
And be there to smothered guilt felt inside,
Not to show remorse?
Or something that may reflect upon it!
What can be said about doing one's best...
When lies and lack of pride,
Seems to infest
With an encouragement of inappropriateness!
That feeds a mental unrest that is projected.
And protected from self examinations confessed,
By those declared dangerous...
To a way of life loved by the rest!
With drooped heads,
About to nap!
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