One Poem by Edward Alport

Written in response to this month’s Special Challenge.

The Sight of The Poor

Good King Wenceslas
Found a poor man cowering
By a stack of wood.
“Put it back,” he said.
“I’ll overlook it today
As it’s Boxing Day.”

“But I’ll tell you what:
Have some of my left overs.
I’ll bring them myself,
To show that I’m good,
And you can tell your children
Stories about me.”

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Edward is a lecturer and writer, mostly on business and politics. He often posts twittaku (double haiku in 140 characters) on Twitter, plus the occasional political limerick.

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