Bill Kamen

Holidays - Poem by Bill Kamen

I awakened
about noon,
hung over again.

I went into
the living room
to turn on the TV.

My wife was sitting
on the couch

I asked her
what was wrong?

She told me
the Kardashian-
Christmas special
might be canceled.

I told her
not to let
that ruin her
holiday fun.

we're still
planning to have a



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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 24, 2011

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