Treasure Island

Lee Mack

(Shelbyville Kentucky)

A Spiritual Whiskey and Spiritual Technology xx xxx xx 03 28 2013


Improvisation 03 27 2013



A Spiritual Whiskey and Spiritual Technology

(DO WILL TO NOT GO THERE)


Fatherhood tracers freely dive into DNA
Balloons - rhetorical amusement enjoyed
Across clairvoyant generations pass on
Through the rub of hard knuckled - head
Plucking uncles - Why do the sharecrop
Owners keep knock-knocking on doors?
Industrialists frame management window
Software grids forming radiometric elbow
Measuring devices –design greases a fit
Marriage of citizenship to right -naked
Truth intersects off-ramps to ghettos
Barrios and inside red neck Second
Amendment protected stock pens parallel
To railroads crossing sprocket switched
Side rails
Alongside - truck routes hum in unison
The squeak of iron and rubber wheels
Singing choruses to cities and to Kismet
Fields divide mall on-ramps intent on
Opportunity -resist the acrimony relative
To poverty and bubbles threatened by
Bio-heating -sweat drips onto commodity
Futures floors –human blood fills waste
Baskets full -distilled at the absolute
Free market plasma state –after Jubilees
Recession and moral risk evaporates
Fatherhood rest - What the destitute
Believes –are promises of leisure time?






Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. Reproduce with permission only.

Submitted: Thursday, March 28, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

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