Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 54,048 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

To Let Fade Away And Dissipate - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

It isn't in my interest to discuss it.
That determination you confess...
Still addresses laziness.

It isn't in my interest to discuss it.
How you lay around and sit...
As you waste precious time,
Accepting procrastination as legit.

And you say I'm not supportive,
And abort listening to you.
You accuse me of being distant,
From those things you choose to do.
But you're the one who hesitates...
In masquerades you initiate.

It isn't in my interest to discuss it.
That determination you confess...
Still addresses laziness.

It isn't in my interest to discuss it.
How you lay around and sit...
As you waste much precious time,
Accepting procrastination as legit.

And you say I'm not supportive,
And abort listening to you.
You accuse me of being distant,
From those things you choose to do.
But you're the one who hesitates...
In masquerades you initiate.

You say I am the one,
Who creates and generates hate?
One of us has to generate something.
But I wouldn't call it hate created.
I'd call it a lack of appreciation...
For those talents and skills,
You continue with excuses made...
To let fade away and dissipate.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 9, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, May 9, 2010


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