Lawrence S. Pertillar
Your Accomodating Spirit - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
There is something about being taken for granted,
That never dawns on the minds of those...
Who perceive themselves as accomodating,
The people they use by providing them a convenience...
That one day will benefit the person taken for granted,
With an overwhelming feeling of gratitude...
Of knowing someone only thinks of them,
As that person to go to...
With only the purpose to have them used.
'Why are you so cheerful today? '
~Knowing you only think of me as someone to use.
AND you are here willing to have me permit,
The doing of it, too?
I'm am overjoyed with your accomodating spirit.~
'Finally you are beginning to appreciate what I do.'
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