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Sittin’ at that old, crooked wooden table {tick-tock}
Swaying gently from the red wine {tick-tock}
Gazing into those steel cold blue eyes {tick-tock}
Rapping your dirty fingernails in time to a tune only you can hear {tick-tock}
The crinkle of concentration on your brow, like paper origami {tick-tock}
The way you flick your fire red hair behind your right ear {tick-tock}
Always your right ear {tick-tock}
The way your graveyard lips part ever so slightly {tick-tock}
And reveal those skeleton teeth {tick-tock}
The shimmering angel that furnishes your throat {tick-tock}
A stark contrast to your basement clothes {tick-tock}
Above the surreal chequered landscape {tick-tock}
Towering castles, containing the king of folk and the queen of rock {tick-tock}
Protected by faceless bishops, and fearless knights {tick-tock}
And am I only a pawn in your game? {tick-tock}
Hand hovers like a feather falling from the bright blue sky {tick-tock}
Then returns to rapping out that same secret melody {tick-tock}
As the sunlight dims, you make your move {tick-tock}
Your delicate fingers stop time…check mate


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The following comments are for "32 pieces, 64 squares"
by Mr Adams

ahh the clock
very nicely done, those who play would understand this all too well, I loved it....p-k4 your move....Bob:)

( Posted by: poetryman [Member] On: September 7, 2004 )





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