Tuesday, November 27, 2012

A Powerball Poem

Here's another tiny found poem, this one inspired by a quote from "Debbie Baker... 60-year-old retired construction worker" published in the Boston Globe.

11.27.12

I do it for fun.
One ticket. Two dollars.
Quick pick. If it's meant
to be, it will be. Jackpot!
Five hundred million dollars.

3 comments:

Rebeka St John said...

Love it! Lucky her!!! I never play the lottery. My aunt sent me a ticket in the mail, but I had not one number. So apparently I can't even win when OTHERS play for me! HAHA!

Amanda Laughtland said...

I never play the lottery beyond the occasional scratch ticket. My grandma is an avid player--I sure wish she'd win!

Jenny said...

I always wish I'd win, but I never buy a ticket! :)