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Nathan R Carter

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Stumped!
by Nathan R Carter

Sunday, March 23, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The second poem I wrote in the series of 5 in an hour. Just a little touch of silliness.

Stumped!

He's out, they say

Back to the pavilion with the lad.

A bunny with the bat is all he is

Why would the captain choose him?

A failure with bat and ball.



Hasn't ever been good at anything!

Deep in depression, they say

Back on his feet is just where he can't get.

A man without hope is what he is

But the captain gave him a chance

And he leaves the pitch with a small smile.

 

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Reviewed by Charlie 3/24/2008
You need to check out Leo Durrant's "How to Throw a Poem"... similar theme. --Charlie



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