Lawrence S. Pertillar
When The Moon Is Full - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
One relationship influenced by the opinions of outsiders,
Who should not be involved...
Can be considered headed for a dissolving movement quick.
Unless, of course...
There is an attachment to one argumentative,
Who supplies an addictive elixir...
Providing one's fix felt to be needed as often as wished.
A relationship such as this one regularly displayed publicly,
Is more likely much closer than those heard...
Breaking windows and slamming doors without notification,
By those seen chasing one another butt naked...
To awaken snoring neighbors after midnight!
AND when the Moon is full!
'WHY can't they be like the rest of us?
I don't understand why the authorities,
Do not consider this domestic violence.'
~Because you're the only one that complains.
The other neighbors are sitting outside on their lawn chairs.
As if entertained and had expected this.
On the other hand,
Always complain AFTER the incident.~
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