Treasure Island

Greg Davidson

(1954 / Sydney, Australia)

Poem: In 140 Characters


There’s a thing has me really beat.
How can those who like to tweet,
Their thoughts adequately express,
In a hundred and forty characters or le

Submitted: Sunday, February 23, 2014
Edited: Sunday, February 23, 2014
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  • Bri Edwards (4/29/2014 12:53:00 PM)

    More Or Less

    Less CAN be more, more CAN be less.
    I'm not a tweeter i confess.
    i think i can make 140 do the trick,
    but, to repeat: tweeting ain't my schtick.

    Greg, my eyes are getting weary from counting, counting, and more counting. thanks for sharing. bri ;)

    i'll send yours and mine to MyPoemList! ! ! i'll give you credit as my inspiration. (Report) Reply

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