Lawrence S. Pertillar
In Need Of Tightening - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Those who pick up their telephones,
Calling around to those they 'befriend'...
For any clue or hint,
About what is being said about them.
Has more than insecurities,
To eliminate from their minds.
There are several loosened bolts,
In need of tightening as well.
With issues of faith and trust...
Collecting dust in a cluttered attic.
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