Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Its Been Already Done


Disbelieve this if you wish to keep deceived.
But it's already done...
To keep the mood of people lifted.
And already done,
To cool a truth untold.
With a doing to mum...
A numbing of the truth for more delusions to come.

Its been already done.
With unleashing sweetened teasers.
And already done,
To addict with hidden ease.
And automatically,
To have those persecuted to be viewed as fools...
While delusions kept for many is the tool they choose.

Disbelieve this if you wish to keep deceived.
Disbelieve this if deceiving is a thing you need.
Disbelieve this if you find it hard to breathe,
When the truth is to be rumored....
Around and found.

Disbelieve this if you wish to keep deceived.
Disbelieve this if deceiving is a thing you need.
Disbelieve this if you find it hard to breathe,
When the truth is to be rumored....
Around and found.

Disbelieve this if you wish to keep deceived.
But it's already done...
To keep the mood of people lifted.
And already done,
To cool a truth untold.
With a doing to mum...
A numbing of the truth for more delusions to come.

Disbelieve this if you wish to keep deceived.
Disbelieve this if deceiving is a thing you need.
Disbelieve this if you find it hard to breathe,
When the truth is to be rumored....
Around and found.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014

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