Tuesday 2nd April 2019
And today is actually a special day: Two for Tuesday! Pick one prompt or use both…your choice!
Robert Lee Brewer’s Poem-A-Day on Writers Digest
Write a worst case poem. What’s the worst that could happen?
Write a best case poem. Take the worst and reverse it!
by John Yeo
I’m not kidding you this is actual truth.
We were waiting by the airport carousel
Waiting for our luggage to hove into view.
Tommy our youngest nearly jumped through the roof.
There’s our case Mum! I know it so well
It’s really old and tatty and a muddy blue.
It wasn’t our suitcase passing through.
A smart lady stepped forward and blushed.
Then grabbed her case from the carousel.
Tommy piped up to apologise, right on cue.
Although suddenly conversation was hushed.
Sorry I thought I would be able to tell.
When I saw the worst case on the carousel.
©️Written by John Yeo ~ All rights reserved
BREXIT BEST CASE
by John Yeo
Weighing up the evidence was a chore,
When coming to an impossible decision.
The choice could have gone either way.
I leave to you all my favourite choices
Without suffering fear of tears or derision
We will get an answer come what may.
Come to a conclusion don’t go to war
Accept the answers that’s our mission.
Concentrate, focus, let’s hope and pray
Don’t let our efforts crumble, waste away
Dithering and manoeuvring sad but sure
Will never realise a conclusion to embrace.
When we go it alone without a deal
Armageddon and disaster will surely follow.
The futile factions will never agree.
The best case for an orderly Brexit is clear,
Close your eyes the next move is simple
Let’s just communicate without the fear.
Either stay put or get the hell out of here!
©️John Yeo ~ All rights reserved