Lawrence S. Pertillar
Who Should I See For A Return Payment - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
Why do you carry with you,
Pacifiers, blankets, a case of diapers...
Small bottles of juice,
And a variety of assorted cookies?
You look as if you have come to babysit.
And not to deliver lessons from your teachings.
'I like to keep pro-active.
Or think I've come prepared anyway.
I am always prepared to deliver what is needed.'
As a visiting professor,
Don't you think these college students...
Will find your approach to use as quite foolish?
'And...May I say?
By the end of the day,
Who should I see to discuss...
A return payment on my investment? '
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