Lawrence S. Pertillar
Pastimes - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Fixed in place to market escapes,
And entertain with distractions.
Pastimes divert to deviate numbed minds.
Collective mindsets daydream of holidays.
Days off and vacations with pay.
Await patiently to negotiate opportunities,
To become officially lazy and approved.
Pastimes are expensive to initiate.
And advocate dysfunctions of all kinds.
Especially thjose feeling entitled,
To disrespect, neglect, stay lazy and get paid.
Pastimes dedicated to waste,
And have quickly replaced discipline...
Have to come to an end.
Statistics have already proven them to be,
Too costly of an investment with no dividends coming in.
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