Lawrence S. Pertillar
Macaroni Without The Cheese - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
With zero charisma...
And a personality that could not compete,
With those who have past away and resting in peace...
Six feet deep in a cemetery,
Could anyone like this be sold and picked...
To be a tour guide through an amusement park.
And I beg of you to use your imagination.
If some of you have a desire to close your eyes,
That would be highly recommended.
With just the right advertising campaign,
Anything is possible to have people excited with hype...
To accept and believe.
Even macaroni without the cheese...
Nibbled by those who have been effectively hypnotized,
Would decide they have a craving that is addicting.
Proving anyone with the right marketing and kept sustained,
Does not necessarily need a scent of charisma...
To reach the heights of popularity.
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