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Lawrence S. Pertillar Hartford / United States, Male, 69
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Latest 5 Poems of Lawrence S. Pertillar

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  • POEM: Shut Up by Weldon Davis (1/11/2016 11:11:00 PM)

    No. Weldom. Your 'Shut Up' to mention makes a difference to all.
    Your insights to remain beautiful with wishes to stay,
    Must be brought to the attention of others.
    Too many have been caught up with a doing to pay attention.
    But today your point of view has to be spoken 'and' mentioned,
    For others to stop, hear and listen. You have written a both subtle,
    Yet powerful poem. I love it. Thank you.

  • POEM: No Life Without You... by SWAPNA FERNANDEZ (1/10/2016 1:47:00 PM)

    'No Life Without You' has an anticipating longing that awaits for another
    to recognize what one is feeling inside to understand. Youth...makes these demands.
    It's much like a budding of a flower wishing to be noticed for its beauty.
    At the beginning of its bloom. With it seeking to be sought to be validated.
    Beliving to be less appreciated. The best experience one can have,
    Is to begin to acknowledge a growth process that develops slowly.
    Making attempts to rush through it can be painful for one without patience.
    Nice writing. A bit self centered. But one still young and budding...the process can not be avoided.
    We all go through similar stages of life.

  • POEM: Dear Father... by SWAPNA FERNANDEZ (1/10/2016 1:31:00 PM)

    I enjoyed reading your, 'Dear Father'
    Your sentiments expressed are known by too many.
    Emotions felt are very difficult to sever.
    But once faced to admit them for what they are,
    We begin to feel less victimized.
    A captivating piece of writing.

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