Fated ~ Really Bad Poetry

Star crossed and

Hopelessly in love

The lovers

Long separated by

Cruel fate yet

Guided by design or chance

They saw one another

Across the room

And knew in an instant

They belonged together

He began to run toward her

She toward him

Like two freight trains

One having left Cleveland

At 6:36 PM traveling at 55 mph

And the other from Topeka

At 4:19 PM at a speed of 35 mph

Crashing into one another

Somewhere between

Cleveland and Topeka

But probably closer to


9 thoughts on “Fated ~ Really Bad Poetry

    • For some reason you got flagged as spam…

      That Sir Norman Fosdick-Chewlightly and Barrington Higgenbottom PI fiddling with your computer and blog again?! Tell Sir Norman to get his busy government fingers out of the cyberworld of the Project, will you?

      Exactly… But who can look away when there’s a train wreck? No one, that’s who! It’s like we are all preprogrammed to gape in disgust and amazement at it.


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