Poems from Uncle Arthur: Fourteen

Don’t walk under a

ladder, don’t let a frog in

side, don’t open an um

brella until you’re out out

side, reflect before you break a

mirror, crossing black-cat paths – un

wise, don’t sing when eating

dinner, don’t bring an albatross de

mise, don’t gift a purse with empty

inner, and of course there’s more be

sides, but apropos of poe

try, whate’er your rhyming

scheme, be mainly mighty careful not

to call your poem Thir

♥ ♣ ♦ 

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