Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 97,031 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

With Their Doings Done - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

Some feel free to be sadistic,
With doings done.
And the having of fun.
Idealistic realists,
With doings done.
And a wanting of truth to appear and come.

And they who are minimalists,
Try to reduce materialistic wishes...
With doings undone seeking to do.

Some feel free to be sadistic,
With doings done.
And the having of fun.
Idealistic realists,
With doings done.
And a wanting of truth to appear and come
And they who are minimalists,
Try to reduce materialistic wishes...
With doings undone seeking to do.

Many have slowed their paces...
With their doings done.
Doings done.
Eliminating their rat races...
With their doings done.
Doings done.
And celebrating tasting life...
As if a piece of cake,
To savor.

Many have slowed their paces...
With their doings done.
Doings done.
Eliminating their rat races...
With their doings done.
Doings done.
And celebrating tasting life...
As if a piece of cake,
To savor.

Many have slowed their paces,
With a tasting of life to savor.
Many have slowed their paces,
With a tasting of life to savor.
Many have slowed their paces,
With a tasting of life to savor.

Many have slowed their paces,
With their doings done.
Doings done.

Many have slowed their paces,
With their doings done.

Many have slowed their paces,
With a tasting of life to savor...
And with their doings done.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 8, 2011


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