Lawrence S. Pertillar
With A Defying Against Any Of The Evidence - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
To do something done unconsciously to another...
And to have that act returned with a consciousness delivered,
Says this as witnessed...
There is no sense made in a display of one's offense.
And yet offended people become,
When given exactly to them what they had initiated.
With one thing missing.
A lack of acknowledging their involvement.
And an applied selective memory,
That removes them from the scene of a crime committed.
A common hit and run done claimed by someone caught,
To have known nothing about what has happened.
With a defying against any of the evidence.
Food stains and crumbs on lips.
And the habit of their daily routine.
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