Photo Challenge #1 – My People Your People

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My people talk to

Your people talk to

My people talk to

 

At the third stroke it will be 10.28a.m. and three seconds

 

My people will arrange for

Your people to be informed for

My people to act.

 

At the third stroke it will be 10.29a.m. and three seconds

 

My people will meet with

Your people to discuss with

My people, then decide.

 

At the third stroke it will be 10.30a.m and three seconds

 

My people will enact with

Your people to institute with

My people the desired change.

 

At the third stroke it will be 10.31a.m. and three seconds.

 

My people

Your people

One people.

 

At the third stroke it will be…….

 

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19 Responses to Photo Challenge #1 – My People Your People

  1. This is very clever Michael! Scheduling meetings is not something I would like to do for a living

  2. How clever Michael. I’ll get my people to talk to your people and …

  3. JackieP says:

    Aren’t you the smart one! Too many people with too many schedules. Good one Michael.

  4. RoSy says:

    My people tell your people that you have a fine blog here & this was a great post! 🙂

  5. Anja says:

    Guess I am the only one not seeing the act of setting up a meeting with others….to me it feels like bringing a mass of people together to enact change. We become one and do something. But that is my mind. If so…wonderfully done.

  6. Im with Anja on this one… I thought it was HUGE… meeting deciding the fate of mankind.

  7. Oloriel says:

    I find the sprouting organisation to be soothing. I loved the poem, I like the way the repetition was executed. Well done!

  8. Bastet says:

    Nice original write … like how you used the near repetitions here to create rhythm … nice beat to this poem!

  9. This is very witty. We do talk e every second. Where is the silence?

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