Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

It Factor


If it has 'It Factor',
Very few have it.
That 'It Factor'...
To attract.
And then to capture,
With a doing...
That's unmatched,
And to distract.

If it is 'It Factor',
Very few have it.
That 'It Factor'...
To attract.
And then to capture,
With a doing...
That's unmatched,
And to distract.

It can never be re-created,
To be considered as innovative.
It has to be originated.
And nothing else can take its place.
It is unmatched!
And that's a fact.

'What is it with a doing that can't be redone? '

That which has 'It Factor'.

'What is it with a doing that's been done to stun? '

That which has 'It Factor'.

If it is 'It Factor',
Very few have it.
And that's a fact.
If one has 'It Factor'...
What they have can not be matched.

'What is it with a doing that can't be redone? '

That which has 'It Factor'.

'What is it with a doing that's been done to stun? '

That which has 'It Factor'.
'It Factor' can't be matched.

Submitted: Thursday, February 20, 2014
Edited: Thursday, February 20, 2014

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