Lawrence S. Pertillar
Something Omitted Not Admitted - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Situations that come to occur,
In people's lives
Do not stir,
Without an initiation that began with reason.
There is something omitted not admitted,
To those kinds of discreeted deceiving acts.
And for anyone to proclaim,
A lack of knowledge
Attached to that which happens to them,
With a declaration of their innocence?
Keep an eye on them.
They will make other outrageous claims.
With a tinge of victimization added.
A routine with a familiar pattern
Begins to become noticeably repetitious.
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