Map Readers Rant - Poem by derrick foster
Map readers rant
> Don’t be fooled I may dress like a tourist
> but I’ve been here before.
> I know my way around.
> just don’t ask me directions.
> If I whip out my map
> its cause I like to read it
> so that I know where I’m going
> Remember appearances mean nothing to me
> If I seem to be roaming aimlessly
> it is because I freely want to be.
> Pardon me but do you know…
> where who what when or how to get to or the time?
> I’ll utter all with a smile
> one has to be polite.
> I’ll even hold the door for you.
> All of the old-fashioned niceties matter to me.
> If you treat me well you get the best results.
> Try to take advantage and you’ll get to know
> my big as a bull size benefits you.
> i have said it before:
> I am not some dumb gullible person
> on vacation in town to see the sites.
> Been there done that.
> Mine is a mission of thrill seeking pleasure.
> As for the rest, I’ve seen it before and don’t mind
> seeing it again.
> I may appear lost but you have already failed the
> This little lamb has led you to slaughter.
> Here’s a dime go call on someone else
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