No one can enforce another,
by Lawrence S. Pertillar
To see what their mind continually skips.
Whether done purposely or by habit,
No one should feel obligated to do this.
A game played is more popular to attend,
Than one seen absorbed in following the rules.
Or if improvement is needed,
To rid from the use of foolish loopholes.
As long as a perception is fed,
Few are concerned with the details of the pattern.
Or the intricate stitching that keeps it all together,
Fitting to enable the design of it to exist.