Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Good & Bad



remember the good old times
funny how the world chimed
theatre cost just mere dimes
not money but people primed
times have changed, full of crimes
not people but dollars primed
winds betray, altering climes
hearts vanish, heavily grimed
life tastes like tarty limes.

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In response to the 3WW prompt

13 comments:

Just someone said...

Nice rhyming... Love it, amazing range of ideas.

Tammy said...

Hi UL! Good rhymes and I loved the last line. lol

Leigh Lear said...

nice rhymes, makes you wonder what the good ole days will be for this generation of kids.

WriterKat said...

The last line is perfect. Isn't it sad that we don't prime anymore. Nice work.

tumblewords said...

This is absolutely newsy! Love it - love it.

keith hillman said...

- better than lemons I 'spose!

anthonynorth said...

Great poem. And so true!

gautami tripathy said...

And great rhymes!

LOL!

slow demise

TC said...

Times certainly have changed in deed.

pia said...

really enjoyable but sometimes I think we perceive much more crime

New York is much safer than it was when I was a kid yet everybody acts as if it's not

Noah The Great said...

Ooh, rhymetastic.

paisley said...

i agree.. the taste of life is bittersweet at best these days.....

qualcosa di bello said...

'life tastes like tarty limes'...love that! eloquent & catchy verse.