Lawrence S. Pertillar
Pointing Fingers To Another - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
To maintain a sustained incompetence,
Left and described...
As signs of the times.
A task that is vastly tedious...
For those employed and assigned to mask it,
As the most significant representation of intelligence...
This side of the Universe.
When taking into consideration...
A steady rise of unruly and undisciplined children,
Mentioned by a weakened society...
As being restless with a needing of motivation.
Too preoccupied by the advancements made,
In today's speeding technology!
With a common declaration heard,
That passes the buck...
With the ease of an accountability,
No one dares to claim as their responsibility!
Or has become fostered by a lack of their concern.
Pointing fingers to another,
Has becomes as traditional...
As placing blame.
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