Treasure Island

Terence G. Craddock

(Westport New Zealand)

The Impolite Proprietress


Catty Cassandra Shrewd ranting declared
with her vile pent up venom righteous hostility...
that civilized manners politeness courtesy
you will not get from her or her husband?

But why be in courtesy hospitality industry
if running her turn weeks in Art Hotel inhospitably...
with bland two faced mask insincerity artless
such experiences customers would rather miss?

Rude in your face is Cassandra hospitality disgrace
showcase consideration professionalism is reserved
for big wigs on favoured list ego inflated obsequious...

Cassandra running her weeks in interspace gallery
with thin veneer paste on smiles insincerity artless
equates to see through customers leave lost salary...

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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Copyright © Terence George Craddock
Written in July 2014 on the 4&22.7.2014.
Complete version of the split images 'Infamous Art Hotel Inhospitality' and 'Cassandra In Your Face' by Terence George Craddock.

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