Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 48,706 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Oh No No - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

I remembered what it would be like...
To be bumped and humped.
And then to be dumped...
With a heart that's lumped.

I remembered what it would be like...
To be bumped and humped.
And then to be dumped...
With a heart that's lumped.

I couldn't imagine...
This,
Would happen to me.

Oh no no.

A drunkard laying in the streets.
Forgetting where I left my keys.
Wobbling to stand on feet.
To drag and stagger.

A drunkard laying in the streets.
Forgetting where I left my keys.
Wobbling to stand on feet.
To drag and stagger.

I couldn't imagine...
This,
Would happen to me.

Oh no no.

I remembered what it would be like...
To be bumped and humped.
And then to be dumped...
With a heart that's lumped.

I remembered what it would be like...
To be bumped and humped.
And then to be dumped...
With a heart that's lumped.

A drunkard laying in the streets.
Forgetting where I left my keys.
Wobbling to stand on feet.
To drag and stagger.

I couldn't imagine...
This,
Would happen to me.

Oh no no.
Oh no no.
Oh no no.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 12, 2011


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