Lawrence S. Pertillar
Without Strings Attached - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
By the time most have decided,
To appreciate what to them comes...
Without strings attached,
It has already been enjoyed by someone,
Not examining in hesitation...
Discussing how it is wrapped.
And the color of it to match expectations,
To ensure what is given provides benefits.
And then to protest what has been given,
Is too limited to suit one's preference.
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