(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Questioned For Shallow Standards Kept

Willing one's adopted comprehension
Of what a prominence is on others to project
Is like any temporary state of an effective delusion
That which is faked
Eventually loses a standing of credibility
Of that which supports the superficiality of it all
With all involved questioned for shallow standards kept
And attention to protect plagiarists and their obviousness

by Lawrence S. Pertillar

Comments (1)

Faking it can only produce so much. Sooner or later your realised and you will lose your golden touch. A man in the desert must eventuality drink water. When he does he's caught. A travesty unbecoming of any real author. Authenticity tried and proven. In the readers world the guilty shall be hung. By a noose of rejection. Fact or fictions doesn't make a lick of difference if it is not of yours. To write with passion you must think for yourself. Create your opinions and ideas. And not become of a copied dialogue.