Albert Ahearn Poems
|443.||Poets Are Born||8/14/2009|
|444.||A Dog Named Donald||8/28/2015|
|446.||Idiom: No Love Lost||11/14/2010|
|447.||Greenhouse Gas (Triolet)||8/17/2009|
|448.||Fire And Ice||2/9/2014|
|450.||Splendor In The Grass||7/6/2010|
|452.||财 富 比 您 认 为 快 将 来||2/10/2011|
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财 富 比 您 认 为 快 将 来
A fortune cookie changed my life.
I suggest that you wipe the smiles
From your faces my skeptic friends.
It’s true and attributable
To that tasteless of all cookies
The one that they present to you
With the tab after you’re finished
Eating their fine Chinese cuisine.
I broke it in two exposing
The faux message on the paper:
Wealth will come sooner than you think.
After leaving the restaurant
I purchased from a grocery
Store just a few shops up the block
Just one six-digit lottery.
The following lucky Wednesday
All six numbers were drawn that ...
“Look! The aging poet sleepwalks again.”
“Sir, should we wake him from his nightly tour? ”
“No! God no! His heart could not stand the strain.”
“He’s heading for the open study door.
His ambulant steps on the floorboards creak
With every step along the corridor.”
“Listen! The bard is beginning to speak.
Let’s heed his words, step softly on the floor.”