Lawrence S. Pertillar
Recreational Degradations - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
The comfort and ease of celebration,
That comes to comfort myths...
And a way of life,
Fragmented in its appeal.
Dances with an erasing purpose.
Standards are showing a fading quality.
And equality documented,
Seems less of an intention than what is meant.
Structured foundations and their sentiments,
Have lost pride.
Only gestures remain,
To market an effectiveness.
Has a conformity parading malfunctions.
Dysfunctions are the normalcy.
And a common sense,
Has desolved in pretensions.
And yet those few with integrity,
Are losing a battle with disrespect.
Like an endangered sanity...
But few are witnessed to have that left!
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