Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Phenomenons Appearing Everywhere


Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And they will stun.
Foolish are the ones who decide to run,
From that which comes.
Since...
Places will be limited to hide.
And...
What is there witnessed,
Can not be denied.

This is...
Phenomenal.
And,
This is...
Just too big,
To escape.
Or...
Mistaking this to be a charading masquerade,
That is faked.

This is...
Phenomenal.
And,
This is...
Just too big,
To escape.
Or...
Mistaking this to be a charading masquerade,
That is faked.

Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And they will stun.
Since this is...
Phenomenal.
And,
This is...
Just too big,
To escape.

Foolish are the ones who decide to run,
From that which comes.
Since...
Places will be limited to hide.
And...
What is there witnessed,
Can not be denied.
Since this is...
Phenomenal.
And,
This is...
Just too big,
To escape.
Or...
Mistaking this to be a charading masquerade,
That is faked.

Yes this is...
Phenomenal.
And,
This is...
Just too big,
To escape.
Or...
Mistaking this to be a charading masquerade,
That is faked.

Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And they will stun.
Yes they come.
Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And there's nowhere to run.
Yes they come.
Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And they will stun.
Yes they come.
Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And there's nowhere to run.
Yes they come.
Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And they will stun.
Yes they come.
Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And there's nowhere to run.
Yes they come.
Phenomenons appearing everywhere,
And they will stun.

Submitted: Saturday, April 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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