Charles Chaim Wax

With Respect, An Explication For Mr. Konisberg

A fellow from across the sea
doesn’t allow messages
don’t know him well
so don’t know why
this need
but every man
should know what he’s doing
and I respect such insight.

Someone wrote
Jerry Hughes, Loser
couldn’t let that stand
and usually I never
enter public quarrels
not smart enough
for scintillating repartee
couldn’t let that poem
stand, as if true.

Also gotta stick up
for this land
land of the free
and home
of the brave.
so many sighs now
laughter not far behind
many here feel
the bloody pain
Bush has shoved down
our clotted throats.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 8, 2006

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  • ***** ********* (4/8/2006 9:40:00 PM)

    We here Charles, don't blame you for that rag a muffin, as to the Jerry attack, I noticed andrews confusion, but a PM would have done, just a thoughtful Tai, who should be in bed! Sorry I spoke, for once! rofl Our clotted throats, is such an apt description, too much cream is definitely not good, Tai meowing off to bed, my cat gave birth today. See! something dies, something gets born! Nice life really. Thanks for the updat of Senior too blinkered to see the horrible truth of this tragedy

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