I Left The Window Open And In Came A Clone

I left the window open and in came a clone
While I was all alone
He looked around my home
Claimed to be his own
I had him known
I’ll have him thrown
If he doesn’t walk out on his own
He didn’t like my tone
He gave a loud groan
Lifted me up from my throne
Threw me out with my phone
Damn we even share a heart of stone

Next day while he was alone
Through the same window in my home
I surprised the clone
Lifted him from my throne
Had him thrown

Now me and my clone
Play this game all day long
I’ve even forgotten
Who’s the real one

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50 thoughts on “I Left The Window Open And In Came A Clone

    1. Couldn’t agree more with pranabaxom. This is a skillfully mastered poem like the whole series. I really like the choice of words, the rhymes and the humorous element. If you can’t tell “who’s the real one” it means your clone is also an awesome poet!

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  1. I agree with Nandita. Your window is a delight!
    Do you read French? I have a text on my blog I posted over the weekend called “Les fenêtres” (the windows) by Milena Jesenská (most famous for being Franz Kafka’s correspondent) that you may like. Thank you. Kenza.

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  2. I think you’ve been following and liking my blog for a while now, but I knew checked yours out until today. And honestly, I wish I had sooner. Your poetry is extremely raw and beautiful! ❤

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  3. I have trouble when reading somewhat similar lines, and had a hard time keeping McCartney’s voice out of coming through the bathroom window. But then Joe Cocker’s voice rose above it, and I remembered the clone thing.
    I’ll read earlier stuff to catch up. Because I too like God and aliens and genies.

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