A to Z Poetry: Bare Boned Implausibility


Bare Boned Implausibility

One walked through the door

And finally realized 

  Two was really a bore.

How could One not seen it,

Two's bluster and verbiage,

two's habit of repeating

one's last word. 

A sentence cut and drawn 

a bare boned implausibility.

A question mark hangs in the air

where a period should be. 

What's not to understand,

Yet it turns into an ampersand.

If not a semicolon 

a period will do

to separate the disparate ideas 

which makes them two. 

No more compound sentences

When a single will do. 

One strolled out the door

with an exclamation marking 

the end. 

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