the lucky bomb


in a nutshell
the man never learned
who ever learned
he was a sinner
and so he stayed
he had the money
and so he paid
he did what they would do
had it been they
in a nutshell
cause followed effect
beautifully propped with the right of way
any conclusion is a game
in a nutshell
he was a player
who had no idea he played
naked insulated
his night followed day


4 Responses

  1. oh! this my fav topic of the week…’developing conscience’…or not in this case..

    good one..

    ~MM – I doubt I can develop what doesnt exist, ah well, its always worth a shot, thank Shraddha ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. and day followed night. . . when does the game end, and when did it begin. Only when we realize we are actually playing the game, can we get out of it. Games can be fun when they are played fairy, however. But all is fair in love and war, so I’ve heard. Nicely written, MM. PLL, C.

    ~MM – Thanks Cordie, yeah, game on!

  3. meant to say fairly, not fairy. . .same dif, I think. ๐Ÿ™‚

    ~MM – Its cool, fairy works in this context too strangely, sometimes i wonder if this is what they call poetry ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Hello,

    I enjoyed your writings.

    Thanks Mossy!

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