Treasure Island

Lonnie Hicks

( / Chicago Ill)

Key Boarding

A is Buddhist I think
B is having twins, pass it on
C has open arms
D eats too much candy
E is bristly
F always waves the flag
G is saying bye bye I think
H keeps an arms distance
I is too self-regarding I think
J too rejecting
k reaches out to me
L has big feet
M is ambivalent
N looks like an emphatic no
O likes circles
P is too pig headed
Q has flair
R is the gentleman who bows
S is serpentine
T says "hold on here"
U is willing to receive
V is so changeable
W takes in everything
Z changes direction too often
‘ is a comma that flies
3 is a backward E
8 is all wrapped up in himself
0 is NSA spying
1 looks just like I
~ is a flock of birds flying
. is the "a' they put in jail
() is two lovers kissing
# looks just like prison bars
! "say wouldn't it be fun to go ballooning? "

These are the things I think about
when typing on my key board.

Submitted: Monday, June 02, 2014

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