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The Entreprenuer Needs to Laugh
by Marvin Eli Kirsh

Sunday, December 04, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A good enterprise

must be not only thought of wise

      wisely thought of

            so it acrues wisdom

                      from those who think of it:

                              either think of its' assets

                                     or think of its' wisdom

time wise, length wise, or by surprise

                  in piles not too high

                          so they can see over them

                                    to over see why's whats'

                                                 good enterprise

                                                          don't get in the eyes.

And so as he set his thoughts

        make physical sizes for sale

              from acruing ideal idea dimensions

     he had asked himself in advance

                     whether he could get some good gains

                                from masses of photons


                                          charges of electrons

                       if he had no way build a walled street of them

                             and to look over too

                                the width 'tween his eyes 

                 get them make ideas

                                get wise

                                         and sell time wise

                       if they always gaining at the speed of light

                         no one able to see

                      And to know of only

                              take more faith

                                 than wisdom

                                   able make profits predictable profits.

An so he

   the enterpreneur


             in abandon

                to see only blind faith

            from  within what could never be seen over or past

                    agreed to make light an economic comodity

                         billions tons of commercial comedy

                                ("at least we'd all not be blinded in the dark") 

         justify his endeavors investors  

              whether come be wise

               or other wise third parties

                              tickle the flesh of everyone


                                     can't tickle himself

                                       cant see in the dark

                    without the light of a strangers wise guise.

    Marvin E. Kirsh



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Reviewed by m j hollingshead 12/15/2011
enjoyed the read

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