Frank E Gibbard Posted March 23, 2011 Share Posted March 23, 2011 Can one see an invisible man? I look so hard but never can. I tried and tried just everywhere, Above the tiles, under the stair. Up hills, down hills, cross a dale, Daily my search without fail. In an inglenook every cranny, Even below a passing nanny. In an old granny's wicker basket, Gawd she nearly blew her gasket. Was he below that nunly habit? I spy a shape and try to grab it. Later in court tough one to explain, Hadn't seen you-know-who again. Temporary insanity plea, heaven-sent, I swear not to pursue a nun for Lent. On TV I did see Wells' invisible man, Visualised via Hollywood's cunning plan. All bandaged mummy-style is neat, But somewhat of a bleeding cheat. Woe this will-o'-the-wisp's obscure ability, Hidden in his pesky cloak of invisibility. He defied me, denied one view, I daily searched him out anew. Over sleeping policemen I went, In many a pub, would not relent No premises passed straight and gay, Nobody's seen my imperceptible prey. One way or another am really pissed, “Mr Elusive” had been 100 % missed. An invisible man has never been seen, Always, in every way, his getaway's clean. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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