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Remain Observant

Lawrence S. Pertillar 1947 (Connecticut)



Remain observant.
That's all those with kept faith,
Can in their power blessed to do.
With an awakened consciousness,
Done to realize...
A homemade crisis,
Has arrived to enter...
Uninvited into their 'normal' lives.
With an obstruction.
Instructed to conduct.

There is no need for anyone,
To feel or think themselves...
As guilty unwilling participants.
For living it done on the side of truth.
Believing to expect,
Themselves prepared and equipped...
To defend against,
A permitted and intentional nonsense.
As if there is something to prove.

Stay who you are.
No need to be combative or defiant.
Remain observant and see deceivers,
Making attempts to deny,
The liars they are to have told on others.

Only exposing them to make it,
As clear and obvious as clarity gets to be.
Revealing to prove,
Who the culprits of conflicts...
And division have always been.
The creators.
Of diminishing relationships.
Between neighbors.
Friends.
And their own families.
Everywhere!
As far and wide as opened eyes can see.

Remain observant.
That's all those with kept faith,
Can in their power do.
No more or less to prove effective.
Without feeling remorse,
Regret or bitterness.
Enticed to join at the hip...
With those unable to quit,
That attraction to get...
Themselves a childish attention.

Just let God do the best job God does.
In ways too mysterious.
To perceive it to believe,
God is in need of assistance!

Not a power yet to witness,
What God has done...
To create the Earth.
Air to breathe.
Trees and other vegetation to grow.
That nourishes every human being.
And also animals.
Only ignorance and fed stupidity,
Would dismiss this magnificence,
To take it for granted.
And yet still are those,
Pulling themselves up...
From the bottom of a designed I.Q. line.
Posing to be praised,
As tomorrow's warriors and heros!

Remain observant.
And not on knees pleading.
But standing tall to watch.
Then walk through the mental debris.
Feeling safe and peaceful.
While others,
Of self serving evil deeds...
Continue to inflict themselves.
With lies, deception...
And a fiction that has polluted to delude,
The decaying to rot their mentalities!

Remain observant.
Stay encouraged with steadfast faith.
See nonsense for what it is.
Knowing in your heart,
It did not begin to start!

Leave it unneeded and move on.
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