Treasure Island

Lee Mack

(Shelbyville Kentucky)

Do Will To Go There Improvisation 03 27 2013


Improvisation 03 27 20185





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
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: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 22, 2013

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Mixed bags of whiskey and technology....

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