Seven - Poem by Craig Jordan
Go to France and learn to fly,
Get at secrets left to pry,
Spin around a camels back,
Then stalk a man known as Jack.
Catch a cyclone unawares,
Learn to backflip down the stairs,
Teach a monkey how to pray,
He'll get you to heaven one day.
Laugh at all when hope is lost,
Never love at any cost,
Love with your mind not your heart,
Or watch her life fall apart.
Carry on from ship to ship,
Do you dare to take a dip?
Shout at the gates of heaven,
The lucky number 7.
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