Lawrence S. Pertillar
Expectations Of A Hospitality - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Let's make this clear,
What you wish to do,
At the expense of my time...
Is not permissible.
I see that as blatant disrespect.
And you might not ever understand this.
You inviting 'your' friends over to my home...
With expectations of a hospitality,
None of you get...
Should not make you upset at all.
Regardless if you did call,
To ask if I minded some company.
'I thought you and I were friends? '
But I'm not prepared to host,
An unexpected party.
Whether it is a 'surprise' one or not.
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