Lawrence S. Pertillar
Fixed As If Cemented - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Those who remain with wishes,
To see things as they would choose to view them.
And not how things are.
Since things are the way they have been...
Unchanged and unbending.
Fixed as if cemented.
There is nothing to say,
To those like that.
Those who disbelieve,
Things are not as they are seen.
But 'should' be the way they would 'like'?
That is alright.
Do not frustrate in argument with them.
Is to mellow like fine wine.
Others who have had these 'things'...
Just as they are and wish to leave them that way.
Defend their points of view.
Despite what it is you do.
Whether you condone what is done or not.
And it is difficult to get that across to some people.
But not for the few!
Who have chosen their own lives to live.
And have chosen to do the best they can...
With any apparent awakening...
Some stand by and expect.
If things as they are as observed are accepted...
By those affected.
And they wish things to be just the way they are?
It is better to leave what is seen that way.
Turn away from it and live one's own life.
Frustration free and nurturing one's peace of mind!
There is always an 'unless' involved.
One has desires to remain in darkness!
And argue about the prospects,
Of a light that could shine...
Between two ears already known closed.
Optimistic people love the concept of options!
Some narrow minds will never open that wide!
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