NUTS AND BOLTS

a poem by William Willis, Scotland

In reply to John Starks "Diminished Returns"


I wonder do they see,what he does sing?
Their blinded eyes now searching in the dark.
Retreiving all those needles and those pins.
From winding road he always tries to park.

The nuts and bolts of his philosophy.
More replies,he does now gain momentum.
Alas! Eat less,chew more is what i say.
Jolly Gee and I ,we make most welcome.

Oh! House of Mike,Home of Mr Nosey
A marvel knight or prince of C & D ?
Splitting gains in two,sure looks less rosy.
A bridge is built,i'm sure you will agree.

With sharpened nib forever ,he does plot.
Forsooth! Little brown job, you have been caught?




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