Zen Bojczuk

Rookie (Philadelphia, PA. USA)

Lucky Catch - Poem by Zen Bojczuk

Once saw a small boy
Hand line a very large fish
Very lucky boy!

With expensive gear
Fisherman cast very far
Not a single fish

'Boy could barely cast'
Remarked the old fisherman
'Just beginners luck'

True about boy's skills.
Could only cast to the fish
Feeding at his feet

Not just gear or skill
To be lucky in fishing:
Fish where the fish are!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2008



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