Lawrence S. Pertillar
On A Spotlighted Soapbox - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Why is it,
That those depicted as being rude or insolent...
And prepared to quarrel,
Seem to be the ones having their toes stepped on...
By some who believe,
They can do to others as they please to leave...
Feeling highly offended.
To then complain on a spotlighted soapbox,
How they were mistreated for doing absolutely nothing.
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