Tea for won (.ie over)

Overhead do scurry people unable

to disen-

tangle steeples from ceilings,

and wrongs from rights,

left out-

wit[h] the clever terms we’ve

chosen to dis-

engage on. 

So time it is to 

green the steam

that begins to billow and

be-

wilder 

our dis-

course 

and our dis-

cuss-

i-

off beaten paths that 

beat me no longer 

to her heart nor her

soul, nor her

door,

any more.

And green is the colour

of my actions

I hope; and yellow is the

future of my 

legally blonde: astonishing

truth and

maybe not quite yet,

but I bet you a bottom

dollar a fighting euro’s still

a righter idea than

a wringer idea of wrongs.

“So what do you think

then?

“Give 

it

a whirl,

dear world?

“Should I choose the old ways

or

fold onto modern-

i-

sed 

…?

“And so

what

do

you

think?

“Would 

we swim or (maybe) sink?

“And if we should swim,

how much fun would that be …?!”

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