Treasure Island

Hubert Wilson

(Too long ago / Albert Pike Hospital)

Tale of Tiger Tail?


Tiger's dazed and feelin' kinda frail!
Incredibly tryin' to late night drive by braille?
Gosh darn fire hydrant and tree!
Escalade crumpled - and now all over the tv!
Rescued by his fearless missus?

Wantonly swingin' a nine iron midst Swedish heroic hisses?
Oh - that Tiger had such luck?
Only next time - he should remember to duck?
Don't drive to play that dangerous nocturnal 19th hole?
Simply forget it - and go with Elin for a long stroll?

He reaches for his wood?
Then, she reaches for her iron?

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Submitted: Tuesday, December 01, 2009
Edited: Thursday, December 03, 2009

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