Lawrence S. Pertillar
Midnight Fast Approaches - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
You may want to avoid those twilight years,
To gain any lingering compliments that may come.
But I will say this...
If you can remember 'anything' that occured in the '30's?
Midnight fast approaches.
And the dog only barks at you,
When you are 'not' wearing makeup!
And you've had him for fifteen years!
Even the postman has requested we display
A 'Beware' sign in the yard on Wednesdays...
His day off!
I am not being sarcastic.
You do not need 'another' facelift!
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