Anne Jensen


Black Jack Eyes - Poem by Anne Jensen

Jacked up in your game
You thought I would mention your name
Your moves are smart
Choosing your card
Flying around the world
Chasing the girl

Why do you win?
Who let you in?
Look at your cards
Track down a heart
What if you loose
What would you choose?

Continue the game
I won't mention your name


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 18, 2005



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