Lawrence S. Pertillar
Until Again The Gloss Wears Off - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Chase it as if craved.
With only one thing on their minds...
How to keep sentimentally kept teasured clutter,
With an updated sameness.
That maintains a 'living within their means mentality'.
This affords them an opportunity,
To activate a rearrangement of a thought process...
That tolerates new complaints!
Until again the gloss wears off.
No matter what the hidden cost,
That comes to satisfy...
Within unchanged limitations.
And a credit score that is boasted about,
'I do not want 'anything'...
To affect my good credit rating.
I find it is advantageous,
To only use any of my credit cards,
Only while out shopping to purchase bargains!
And I've got a houseful of those.'
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