Joel V Benjamin
Attention Span - Poem by Joel V Benjamin
Since there are many things worth pondering,
I rarely restrain my mind from wandering.
It doesn't stay on one track,
But leaves often and comes back.
Life has issued to me a limited ration
Of that essential ingredient: concentration.
If I could think of one thing at a time,
I'd attain heights sublime.
But I happen to be a man
With a short attention span,
So you'll have to repeat what you just said;
I was thinking of something else instead!
Topic(s) of this poem: humorous, psychology, humor
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