Lawrence S. Pertillar
Quilled By Feathered Pens - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Those with embellished delusions,
About keeping entitlements...
Perceived to be constitutionally amended,
To protect them and their rights...
As they WERE to be left untouched.
Should at least read the contents,
To discover what they demand...
Is out of touch, out of the ballpark.
And from a time no longer existing,
With that which 'had' been documented.
And if updated to relate to the times,
We now live in...
Everything believed to be concrete reality,
Would not reflect the intentions...
Of those who would be appalled,
By the inflated misinterpretations...
Attempted to uphold by those sold,
On the influence made quilled by feathered pens.
Created from the beaks of birds.
And etched on parchment paper.
'We uphold these truths to be self evident.'
~I can dig it!
Evident of what?
The presence of a militia?
Is that in the 2nd or 3rd amendment? ~
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