Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 48,706 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Receivers Of Deceptions Believed - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

With a sabotaging done.
And their alibis sold.
Why can't they provide evidence,
To expose with proof...
They have successfully achieved,
What they have been claiming...
Had been theirs to introduce.
With their ways to follow.
But to leave only pettiness produced.

And with their sabotaging done.
To manifest an accepting,
Of assistance solicited from others...
To stab selected ones in the back.
Where are they now,
After deeds done to attract the doing of that?
And those sabotaged without facts...
Have been discovered to be the ones,
No one should have ever attacked.

And those who had been sabotaged,
Are seen happy with no desire of ever returning back.
Where are they now?
The ones who distracted with their vicious acts.
And what happens to the ones,
Awakening to what has been done...
When they were receivers of deceptions believed!
Knowing they assisted in causing themselves to bleed.

Where are all of them now?
Those distrusting,
And feeling much disgust.
And where are their mentalities?
Those receivers of deceptions believed!

Where are they now?
Where are they now?
Receivers of deceptions believed.
And...
Where are they now?
Where are they now?
Hiding their tears that wont leave.

And...
Where are they now?
Where are they now?
Receivers of deceptions believed.
And, uh...
Where are they now?
Where are they now?
Hiding those tears that wont leave.
Tell me,
Where are they now?
Where are they now?
Hiding those tears that wont leave.
Are they defectors injecting to infest?
And where are they now?
Where are they now?
The creators of a bleeding to leave

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 8, 2013



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