Spectacle: A Something Poem

‘Jay Cool’s Doppelganger’ by Mabel Amber, from Pixabay.com


Is wearing spectacles a sign that the wearer is a watcher;

an observer of all things sporty and sporting?

Or does one, when donning specs, become the sport,

no longer a human being, but an entertainment,

an energising figment of an overactive imagination?


Copyright of poem owned by Jay Cool, June 2019


Other posts by Jay Cool:

Getting Out of The Day Job 37: Lippy

Volition: A Savvy Poem

Day 5.1: Prioress Cool of Wenlock




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