Lawrence S. Pertillar
Connecticut

'Quite A Few'

Thieves greedy and corrupted,
May not get the message...
Until they are crushed and busted.
And already they have been warned,
By natural storms that have come...
To spank them and scorn.

But many heads stubbornly,
Stuck with a thickness...
May eventually get it,
When 'everything' they value...
No longer exists for them as they wish.

Nothing manmade has an unlimited fit,
On an Earth evolving...
To make drastic changes.
Without consulting that which lives upon it.
What visitor invited,
Has been given authority to rule?
Just how many fools are there uncounted,
Believe they can continue to destroy...
With a doing as they choose?

'Quite a few! '

And these are not threats.
Consider them opporunities,
To absorb and receive.
With the leaving behind,
Those impressions to make.
And feelings of regret,
Hoping prayers will return what's not theirs...
By a keeping a false faith,
To have their lives repaired.
Friday, November 9, 2012
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