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Tue, 03 Apr 2012
Come join me in a little bit of advice lol seligor xxx

DODIES DREAM WORLD

LIFE KNOWLEDGE ...........OF COURSE, WOULD I LIE TO YOU?

LOTTERY TICKETRobert W. Service

by Robert Service's - Later Collected Verse


"A ticket for the lottery I've purchased every week," said she

"For years a score

Though desperately poor am I, oh how I've scrimped and scraped to buy

One chance more."


"Each week I think I'll gain the prize, and end my sorrows and my sighs,

For I'll be rich;

Then never more I'll eat bread dry, with icy hands to cry and cry

And stitch and stitch,"


"Tis true she won the premier prize; it was a formidable size,

Ten million francs.

I know, because the man who sold it to her splenically told

He got no thanks.


The lucky one was never found, for she was snugly underground,

And minus breath;

And with that ticket tucked away, In some old stocking, so they say,

She starved to death.

All those
worthless lottery tickets

And so Seligor says, to all you crazy people who continue to do the lottery week after week, day after day in some cases. You too could be this poor old sod, buried beneath the ground having spent her last pound on that winning Lottery Ticket.

Work it out folks, One ticket a week for fifty two weeks, just one line costs you 52. for two lines 104, 3 lines 156. etc etc, Then there's the scratch cards and the daily cards, plus at least a dozen more from here there and everywhere. Wow the kids could have gone to Disney Land, Dad could afford a decent car, Mum could get that dream bedroom suite she always desired. And all these without the use of the dreaded Credit Card. Hell fire kids, if you give up the fags like Seligor you could afford to go to South Korea every year... My dream came true.

*Read more about this wonderful writer and poet two pages down in Life-Knowledge

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