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Owing and Rowing

Owing and Rowing
(posted for the A to Z Challenge)

 O is for Owing.

Owing and Rowing

We’re paddling, but down we go.
We’re suffering from overflow.
What’s driving us into the drink?
It’s simply scarlet, dear, red ink.

As legislators lurk, hostile,
A-bickering across the aisle,
Our families flounder here mid-vote,
Just struggling to stay afloat.

The taxman calls with hat in hand
To summon funds in high demand.
It’s time to question his technique;
The super ship has sprung a leak.
By Willy Stower
Public Domain – copyright expired

NOTE: The Titanic sank into the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after striking an iceberg. The doomed ship had carried 1,800 passengers, but only 675 were saved. Most of those rescued were women and children.

New York Herald
April 15, 1912

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  1. I'm so very glad I found your blog. I'm stopping by from the A to Z challenge and I look forward to reading more from you.

  2. You're already on "O" for the challenge! Wow! Great poem, btw -- it made me smile. :)



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