Lawrence S. Pertillar
One's Ultimate Achievement - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
New slogans and fresh quips,
Are in desperate need...
To replace those that have exhausted,
A seeking to describe what today now thrives,
Calls for an updated advertising campaign.
To depict the presence of insanity,
As a normalcy sustained is the goal.
With a reach to attain this as fame to claim,
As one's ultimate achievement.
Those go deed doer days are done.
And this is becoming obvious to everyone.
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