Lawrence S. Pertillar
Of Great Humanistic Deeds - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
The last of a glistening feasting,
Eye popping as is visioned,
The pomp and circumstance of it,
Had lifted all imaginations above and beyond...
Ushering the unannounced arrival,
Of a global higher consciousness.
Are stopped to be put on hold.
Warring nations and economic devastation...
Kept frozen to behold,
At a calculated expense...
That enriches to heights,
Those royalistic dreams.
And now joined by Kate,
Celebrate a majesticness...
Televised to beam to transfixed billions.
As people of a certain class,
Remind all who view...
How the worship of tremendous selfish greed,
Can inspired the dieing of fantasies...
To procure the squandering of isolated wealth.
Labelled as a right,
To be religiously ordained.
'May the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge,
Live long lives in the performance...
Of great humanistic deeds.
And may treasures obtained,
Do not reflect their purpose to achieve...
That higher goal to please only our Creator.
That will be,
And let this proclamation of a long lived epic chapter,
That has instigated divisions between classes...
Be forever closed! '
Comments about Of Great Humanistic Deeds by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Read this poem in other languages
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.
Still I Rise
The Road Not Taken
If You Forget Me
Edgar Allan Poe
Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening
I Do Not Love You Except Because I Love You