Lawrence S. Pertillar
Live Wire - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Finding that which has been sought,
To ground a live wire totally confused.
And experiencing the living on assumptions,
Is worth a stumbling down to one's knees,
From those flights of fancy and living life...
Unplugged and lofty.
With a needed unexpected visit,
That only reality can connect...
Without it doubted or questioned.
Especially when the effect is personalized,
To open up one's eyes...
Seeking sugar frosted treats to try.
And bowls of rumored assorted berries described.
But instead gets electrified by truth.
Once a live wire found is grounded,
A better effect is the connection.
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