Lee Mack

(Shelbyville Kentucky)

The Teacher is the Teachers Teacher xx xxx xx Improvisation 05 31 2013


The Teacher Is The Teacher's Teacher:
Original 10 20 2010


Some drown in hydrolyzed clouds
Some fall with the rains'
Wiping away all progress made
Let fade into top soils
Wet bloody mud from trampling
Up the King's vaunted highway
To that end where order of tables
Care for regeneration in my
Grandson's blood - all school
Seats taken are seats of despair
That I am here and you are there
Despite rules of passion roads
Taken from unenlightened homes
End where fair made immunities
Taken by the vaccine of rest
Proves the comfort of our beds
My boy classified as one of the
Little People - an adorable youth
Observer at the recesses - his
Light is an observable new Advanced
Placement reflection on theaters
Of our roles and comedy stage sets
Portrayed in crowded rooms full of
Achievers and audience participants
Some swim the firmament's waters
To the ending catholic marathons.




Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. Do not reproduce without permission.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, June 23, 2014

Topic(s): art


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A past of history of memories and now kaleidoscopic fates in conscience -a senselessness end exists by brain trusts. Histories of memories composed of compromises are readings in fool's plays.

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