Lawrence S. Pertillar
What Difference Would That Make - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
I have known that person for many years.
I know what they do.
I know where they live.
And I know they drive.
But these days they don't have a car.
What kind of things do they like to do? '
I don't know.
I have never asked.
'Then how can you say,
You know that person? '
By what I've heard to know to be true.
So you have had those conversations? '
You mean to share and ask questions?
I've seen them around long enough.
Why would I waste time wanting to do that?
'To get to know them 'personally'.'
What difference would that make?
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