The story of a man and his logical answers.

The Good and Noble Lord Remmington

Lord Remmington sighed
For his schedule lied
And said tea was four-two past noon
But Lord Remmington laughed
As he logically graphed
All the cricket he'd play on the moon
With a grunt and a moan
The old Duke, from his throne
Gave a heave, and all him was upright
The Lord Remmington plain
On a windowsill pane
Made a leap of faith into the night

Poetry by weirdzarun
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Written on 2007-05-20 at 10:38

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An interesting poem.
Like the ending.
Keep up the good work;)

lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!
how do you know about chricket being an American
a well written and flowing text
your an asset to this site rgds mike

Reminds me slightly of Spike Milligans work, very good.