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Good Evening Mr. Travidian - poem

Discussion in 'Writers' Room' started by Peder, Sep 13, 2017.

  1. Peder

    Peder Well-Known Member

    Aug 25, 2005
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    Good Evening Mr Travidian

    Good Evening Mr. Travidian, sir.
    Hello Michael. My table, please, for two.
    Yes, sir. Your waiter will be right along.
    Hello Jim. Tonight we'll have the steak a deux, please.
    To begin, our usual martinis for each of us. Up.
    Your steak will be right along, medium well? Yes?
    Your martinis are right here.
    To our Anniversary... And to many more … Ahh.

    Dear, I'm not feeling well, at all. It hurts . . .
    Nine-one-one! Call nine-one-one! Right now!
    Heimlich. No! CPR! Lay him down.
    One. Two. Three. Four. Breath!
    One. Two. Three. Four. Breath!
    Here's the ambulance. Make way, make way!
    Oxygen here! On three. One. Two. Three. Lift.

    Who was that? I've seen him before. TV! That's where!
    Peter Travidian and his wife. Rich as Croesus.
    But that didn't look so good. I hope all goes well.

    Good morning, Mr. Travidian, sir, in Paradise.
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2017

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