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By MikeC16958 on 08/10/2005
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A tangible fantasy:
what you became
through your cooperation.

I would have been happy
with the catch and release.

I threw my risk / reward
ratio out the window

when I met you…

A disappointment:
what we became
to each other

We should have been
happy with the catch and release

we threw our risk / reward
ratios out the window

when we finally met…

My happiest mistake:
for a time
until you forgot

that I was a grown man
and that I was also real, too.


© By MikeC16958 On 8/10/2005 7:18:46 PM

I must confess to have had the two words "tangible fantasy" stuck in my craw. I blame myself. I read them here in one of
Mary's poems threads / responses. That's actually the only assonace in this poem. I couldn't figure out a place to put,
transfer at Granville." :-) (Ya gotta be from Chicahhhgo on that one.) LOL
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