Matthew Roeser

Marvelous - Poem by Matthew Roeser

Marvelous, what a word,
A marvelous word
Marvelous should be my name
With a name like that
I could be Mardi Gras king instead of just Matt
I could tame lions 
Or enter contests of skill
Walk on elephant backs
Or levitate at will
And I'd never once take out the trash
I'd hire a service 
And pay in cash
I'd fly from town to town
in a giant floating ship
The only problem
As far as I can see
Finding Friends
Who are as marvelous as me.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 11, 2014

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 11, 2014

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