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Tittle-Tattle (Here Comes the Scandal)
by K. Mulroney

Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Believe it or not, a nine eyed goat couldn’t find his way home.
A hundred year womb gave birth just before earth spun counterclockwise.
The tuxedoed boogieman lied; he stands four feet high in heels.
Tabloid mania in the old days, as we stood in a maze of checkout lines.

Ms. Princess found the pea while the bears simply bought more porridge.
As some mailman felt better at home watching our letters yellow in the corner.
That politician doing the backstroke as the woman pokes for an air bubble.
The simpler wool they tried to pull over the middle class monotony.

They stand in line, and wait a turn, with angry lives and time to burn.
Hungry for the other guys misery, the other eyes of bitchery.
As if the demolition of the famed will replace their shamed lethargy.
Some twisted justification of their own lives self castration.

Buying the liar’s pen.
Much cheaper than drowning in a bottle of gin.



K. Mulroney



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Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 5/26/2011
They stand in line, and wait a turn, with angry lives and time to burn

My favorite of many amusing lines. So many scandals to choose from, but all with the same story. Patrick
Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/26/2011
Definately thought provoking and a poem that needs to be read and reread as I think there is a lot more to this unsaid than said.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/26/2011
Hungry for the other guys misery

A terrible hunger it seems, that never seems to go away.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 5/25/2011
Goodness,it seems you have a good handle on what is happening around the world today. Just wish we could see through a time warp how all was going to end up...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Leysa Lowery 5/25/2011
Buying the liar's pen.
Much cheaper than drowning in a bottle of gin.

Awesome! Loved it!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/25/2011
Wow. You do provide much to ponder upon with your verses here. Thank you. It's nice to read you again. Love and best wishes,


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