Misfit And Socially Disabled

Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

Why twist an arm,
On someone already bent out of shape?
That will not make a difference.
Nor will it motivate to shake,
An infatuation one has...
With being a contortionist!
And you have assisted with such posturings.
Enabling someone who already delights,
In being misfit and socially disabled!

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