Lawrence S. Pertillar
Questioning The Obvious - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
I have never said,
You were unbelievably ignorant.
I said you were stupid.
And there is a difference.
'What is the difference?
And try not to flatter me.'
You still have potential.
And how could I stop myself,
From flattering you?
You know flattering you is my business.
'WHY do we have this kind of relationship? '
To love and honor one another,
From the depths of our hearts.
That's what I mean when I call you stupid.
You enjoy questioning the obvious.
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