Schlimazel + other poems

Schlimazel
Should have read the contract,
But now is little late.
Signed on the dotted line,
Assuming luck not innate.
Were not for bad luck
Have no luck at all!
Went to take aspirin;
But got rohypnol.
Schlemiel, Schlimazel…
Laverne and Shirley said.
A phrase so common known,
Now with this poem dread.
Name the words
To rhyme with luck;
A list too long
Don’t give a…
That was crass
As you well know.
Now I am done

On with the show!

 

Luck, Shmuck, who gives a… duck? by Dawn of Spatulas on Parade
Lucky Duck by Jules of The Bergham Chronicles
Lucky Poems by Candice of Measurements of Merriment
Stuck with Luck by Karen of Baking in a Tornado

Schimazel ©Robin Allen 2016

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