bill costley

Rookie - 272 Points (May 21,1942 / Salem MA usa)

Ungreat Expectations - Poem by bill costley

Dr. G. & I chat over cheese-drizzled rolls
stuffed with fresh avocado. “I didn’t realize
you hadn’t eaten here before! ” at San Jose's
Cypress St. Senior Citizens’ Center. Me:
“No, I hadn’t; I just assumed it would be
the worst cafeteria food, but it isn’t.”

Dr. G.: “It’s a well-balanced meal.” Me:
“Yes, it is; I was wrong. Have I told you
about my 10p tea-times with Scottish
Schizophrenics in Dundee’s city-centre? ”
Dr. G.: “Yes. Many times. Great stories.”
Me: “Well, I enjoyed every one of them.”

(20 JUN 10, Santa Clara CA) v3

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 2, 2011

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