When In Rome Poem by R.K. Cowles

When In Rome



When in Rome
Feast upon your desire ice cream cone
Stand clear of the hazard zone
Don't call collect on any phone
Don't apply for any variety of loans
Kick back and feel at home

When in Rome
You'll see a sufficient amount of crones
You'll be rocked to death not stoned
Excavate some archaeological bones
While amid vigorous winds you'll be blown
Don't be astound other lodging chambers there's moans

When in Rome
Purchase a souvenir for a fancier of chrome
You won't notice a genuine gnome
Scale to the top of the Vatican’s dome
Don't linger late out on your own
Even the kitchen's sink will be thrown

When in Rome
You just might get cloned
Hunt down Mr. and Mrs. Jones
Beneath the mattress may need padded foam
Since in Italy obviously you'll find calzones
Not important your take could become stoned

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This appears in my book 'The Hodgpodge of Poetized Morsels Parts 1 Through 5' on lulu.com
COMMENTS OF THE POEM

R.K. Cowles

hudson falls, new york
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