Lawrence S. Pertillar

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Most High On Kingdom's Throne - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

You may assume it from assumptions fed.
And innuendos whispered,
By those who wish them to spread.

You may even be groomed upon it,
Until for you...
It becomes a craving in your head.

But know this...
From my lips not whispered,
You will never defeat me!
You know why?
My life is not based upon opinions told,
Rumors or babbled smattered...
With a smearing of lies.

And while you are asleep with visions to defeat me,
I am awake to salivate upon teachings I feed and seek.
Where?
At the feet where my Father sits Most High,
On Kingdom's Throne.
And people like me are welcomed to greet and meet,
The Almighty.
No matter if we gather together.
Or if it's requested one visits Him alone.

You may assume it from assumptions fed.
And innuendos whispered,
By those who wish them to spread.
But know this...
Defeating the children taught by my Father,
May be your wish.
However...
Where my Father sits Most High on Kingdom's Throne,
Fantasies like yours do not exist.

You may assume it from assumptions fed.
And innuendos whispered,
By those who wish them to spread.
But know this...
Where my Father sits Most High on Kingdom's Throne,
Fantasies like yours do not exist.
Or are even known.


Comments about Most High On Kingdom's Throne by Lawrence S. Pertillar

  • (8/11/2012 12:53:00 AM)


    what a fantasy is it that 'my Father sits Most High on Kingdom's Throne'? First of all I am not an atheist, but the believer of Faith that makes us to speak, dance and live a life like this..Why do certain people write poem after poem as if they had witnessed the events in person? People are so scared to speak the truth for the fear of getting reprimanded from the Gods that they pray! What a God is it that prevents us from seeking the truth? (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 10, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 11, 2012


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