Minnie’s Last Moan, Poetry by Helen Spisak


 Minnie’s Last Moan

Be true to yourself the people say
But then there’s chaos and sighs of dismay.

Treat others and all that ‘jazzzzz’
The trouble is – I detest ALL jazz!

I’m irritated and show it full hilt

I could moan on You Tube with no fear and no guilt.

My saving grace I cannot be sure
My heart and soul are cleaning the floor.

My funeral commences and the organ groans
My goodness, I wish they’d retire tuneless Joan!

Poem by Helen Spisak

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