Catch The Geezer
Author: Dino Hi
Old, humble and quiet, and never a bragger
For you see, the geezer, is a sandbagger
Riding on a marked course, last, and pacing from behind
The geezer stays low and calm, relax, but on your spine
They're feeling all tired, hot, and resting at a leisure
The geezer seize the moment, hey! Try and catch the geezer!
Flying, through thick and thin, at a speedy flight
They all scramble, to catch the geezer, with all their might
Reaching a point, did you see an old guy, on a green bike?
Ya! He said, "catch the geezer!" Is that right?
Reaching the end, three minutes ahead, resting and everything off
Surprize and stun, couldn't catch the geezer, as they cough
So be quiet and humble, I say, and never a bragger
But beware! For the geezer is, The Sand-bagger
Comments on this poem/writing:
|drake the snake (18.104.22.168) -- Saturday, November 11 2006, 05:48 am|
worlds best poem
|The Geezer (22.214.171.124) -- Thursday, November 23 2006, 06:35 am|
I was just reading some of my old poems and happen to see you comment on this poem. Ya, you got to watch out for those old guys. Their bones and muscles and eye sight may not be working good anymore. So they ride with more smarts. Pacing, waiting, conserving energy, and hopefully towards the end, they can out run you to the finish line. Makes an old guy feel good, to fly with the young ones. Knowing we are still healthy enough to do this with you and we are living life. So "the older I get--the better I was." Thanks "Drake the Snake" for your comment, --from "Catch the Geezer" # Hi. 5-0
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