Friday, 4 November 2011

BILL PUCKETT by DANE ZELLER

Bill Puckett
A poem about a young man who could not easily
express his love for his family because his actions were most always unclear

by
Dane Zeller

There was a young man from Nantucket,
Whose toilet he could not flush it.
The content of the Kohler one-holer,
would always flow the bowl over.
So he gave it to his mother-in-law in Pawtucket.


Dane asked us if Hemingway started out this way.  Well, actually yes he did, but then it went downhill for him.  Perhaps there's a lesson to be learnt there.  Find out more about Dane: http://www.danezeller.com/