Lawrence S. Pertillar
Spoiled And Accustomed To Laziness - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
It is easy to pass judgement.
And easier still,
To impose upon someone else...
For something delivered from the kitchen.
So as not to disturb a self importance.
Spoiled and accustomed to laziness.
And hopefully the right amount of mayo,
Will not create an argument.
Or need for a prolong debate on who 'waits' on who.
And why such actions are allowed!
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