Lawrence S. Pertillar
Sugared Scoops - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
It is not my purpose,
To serve what isn't there.
With a hope one day,
To share imaginations.
As everyone skips around,
A truth to dupe with sugared scoops...
For preferred kept fantasies.
But I will admit,
What is there not to imagine...
Real to see and not disbelieve,
Seems to have more ignoring it.
To become offended when mentioned.
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