Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Playport Bunco

Playport Bunco Squad
In the 50’s on the small screen from Friday and just the facts
We learned that cities had forces to siren vices to attack
A simpler time when dads wore suits and Fathers knew Best
Save in Vegas the sounds of a roll of the dice or “hit me” for a card or two, a likely arrest
A city’s bunco squad always alert for gambling to stop
But like too many police powers enforcement over the top
The professional gambler with marked cards or hidden in his sleeve  lumped in the bingo crowd
No smoke filled rooms but easy to find with the church ladies screaming loud
Thank God today the priorities have shiffed for the police
No more gambling to curtail so the ladies can have the hope and excitement bunco can release
Bunco is thy name
Dice excitement is the game
Play it once and life will never be the same
Never again without the dice to boredom tame.
It takes a village like one at Playport
Cheer, laugh, blow on the dice and roll; may your winnings not come up short
March 15, 2017 Michael P. Ridley aka the Alaskanpoet 
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