Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 61,175 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

The Evidence Is Obvious - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

It's time to leave them!
Those that can not be lead.
Those attached to barbaric beliefs...
And sealed to the hip.
Following behind blindly,
The madness of dead weight heads.
Who mock intelligence,
To induce fear, agony and dread!

They say, 'Nothing is near us.
We are kings/queens of the universe! '

But their restrictions limited by inflictions...
Can not see,
We have been monitored constantly!

'It' is already here!
That powerful force...
We are told does not appear.
With abilities beyond,
What we hold dear!

It's time to leave them!
Those that can not be lead.
Those attached to barbaric beliefs...
And sealed to the hip.
Following behind blindly,
The madness of dead weight heads.
Who mock intelligence,
To induce fear, agony and dread!

The evidence is obvious,
As we are told to ignore truth...
And concentrate on terrorists!
With the assistance of strategists,
Doing their best...
To manipulate what we see and digest!

Proving there is no death!
Perhaps a transference of indifference...
We shed!
To lift us to other dimensions instead!

People are seeing 'things'!
That can not be describe as white,
With blond hair!
Green or blue blood shot eyes!

Goodbye reality!
There are just too many holes...
In the ability to maintain,
A stability going down the drain!

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Comments about The Evidence Is Obvious by Lawrence S. Pertillar

  • (11/10/2007 10:26:00 AM)


    Hold on lawrence, , you have a brilliant abillity to interact with the reader, always writing with
    an insightful attitude and showing the capabillities of someone with much wisdom and reasoning skills...
    YOU ARE A WONDERFUL POET
    Take care
    Love duncan X
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011


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