Portent (ii)

Portent (ii)

Well, I was in the shop
getting things for tea;
when checking out
I realised
I didn't have
the means to pay with me.

I left the shopping there
and, quick as I was able,
walked back
to the flat
and there it was,
my wallet on the table.
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By Arthur Richardson

Very part time poem maker. Retired from paid work.

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