A wszystko przez to pióro / Wanda Dusia Stańczak 

Wanda Dusia Stańczak 

 

A wszystko przez to pióro

Długopis zgasł. Zabrakło tuszu.
a pisać trzeba, bo to biuro,
odwiedził zatem sekretarkę,
z prośbą, by pożyczyła pióro.

A gdy oddawał po dniu długim,
było to miłe, poza biurem,
bo to przyjemnie spłacać długi,
zasłaniając się tylko… piórem

Smakosz

Jeszcze nie tak dawno
uwielbiał kanapę,
gdzie poznał dokładnie
ciała mego mapę,

moda się zmieniła,
łzy mi lecą ciurkiem,
bo teraz on woli kanapkę.
Z ogórkiem…

 

3 thoughts on “A wszystko przez to pióro / Wanda Dusia Stańczak 

  1. Mazher Hussain Abdul Ghani from Pakistan, is a Poet, teacher and councilor. He has master degree in English languages and literature from Punjab University of Pakistan. Since 7 years he is utilizing his experience in teaching English as a second language in international schools and private institutions. Currently he is working in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. The world in which he was born and brought up inspired him to work for human’s welfare and excited his soul to dwell deep into the seas of ecstatic words and realms of spiritual poetry. He has published his poetry book (Enchanting Verses of Love) which is a collection of love and spiritual poems. Mazher Hussain Abdul Ghani is a member of World Union of Poets, Pentasy B World poetry and friendship group. On social media he has been emerged as a prominent love Poet, by participating and winning several poetry competitions. He was awarded from different institutes as a Poet and humble worker of peace and humanity. He has been working on different peace projects locally and internationally. His work and efforts have been recognized.

    On Sun, Jun 16, 2019, 5:41 PM Galaktika Poetike ATUNIS wrote:

    > agronsh posted: ” Wanda Dusia Stańczak A wszystko przez to pióro > Długopis zgasł. Zabrakło tuszu. a pisać trzeba, bo to biuro, odwiedził > zatem sekretarkę, z prośbą, by pożyczyła pióro. A gdy oddawał po dniu > długim, było to miłe, poza biurem, b” >

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