The Trouble with Pluses
This is the trouble with pluses--
They often turn into big Midas machines.
When we are tying our trusses,
We cannot begin to imagine our dreams.
Finding a fort in the treetops,
One of us tempted a hummingbird down.
Now that we've punctured our Cyclops,
Let's take a trip to the riverboat town.
©2012 Michael Fraley
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