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Poem of the Day — Grabbed by Envy

Grabbed by Envy
Twenty days undertaking the signs

An eighty mile an hour history maker

My turn comes in separation

In relation, to the other types

Green, taught by tied up meddlers

Tuned to an adverse key

A rapid turn, door opening partition.

To keep to a few instead of the masses

The many who hoard experiences in their bank accounts

Who swim in the Mediterranean

Whose glasses full, whistle past the mucked up proposals

Made by talk the talk hot heads

Who are there to make me grow up

Up and over

The grey and sombre mountains

Just sticking out like a drifter

Pressing down on the ruby red retainer

Have the clarity to be

Moved

Put away in carefully selected cupboards

Calculated for ease

Measured and a comfort

To all but myself
Copyright Patrick Turner-Lee 3rd August 2015

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