Pastiche

backstage

impressive

the possible uses

for pass

-the passing-

–the passive–

—or impasse that lasts—

an imprecise compass,

plus triple bypass

(I padded that last)

but past-time of puns plasters

passage to vast

–a prodigious cast–

a backstage permission

that doesn’t trespass

encompassing

passels of pastors

on grass

(a pasture but raft)

–passing the present

in pick•a•nick bask–

hamper-pack pastries

& pastrami snaX

–some anti-past—

a pastiche

not

practice for

passengers asked,

its tone unsurpassed

un peu de’ bombast 😉

e l a s t i c

&

~spastic~

that password’s

phan-tastic!

capricious & precious–

per plexi-ble

glass.

©Karen Robiscoe

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I bring to you an arrow, whole, Use it, or break it, But if you choose to take it --Know-- With it also, I will go. © Karen Robiscoe @1992

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