‘Auction Hall’ by Kathy Figueroa The Society May 8, 2013 Poetry Department stores are nice But prices there are high If you’ve got lots of cash They’ve lots of things to buy But if you’re like most folks Just trying to make do You’ll want to save some bucks But get a bargain too I know a type of place That isn’t hard to find Where you can stop to shop And still have peace of mind It’ll have what you require Deals there are glorious No need for debt most dire Thrift’ll be victorious It’s like Utopia A great big bargain mine A cornucopia Of stuff that’s mighty fine Washers, tools, lawnmowers Books that are very old Antiques, art, and armchairs And dishes edged with gold Buttons, brooms, and cow bells Snowshoes and winter boots Radios and tvs Harmonicas and flutes Old china cabinets Candles with fancy scents Sheets and pillowcases Knick-knacks and ornaments Coins, carvings, and curtains Paintings and flower pots And boxes of treasure That are known as “job lots” Should you need to hearken To Frugality’s call Then just head on over To a great Auction Hall! Canadian poet, Kathy Figueroa, lives in a rugged rural area of Ontario known as, “Cottage Country.” This beautiful, scenic region and its inhabitants have often provided the inspiration for the poetry she writes. Kathy likes to create the old-fashioned style of verse that tells a story and serves to entertain an audience. Well-known to newspaper readers in the Bancroft area, Kathy’s poems have been published since 2006 and her freelance newspaper articles and photographs first appeared in 2004. Kathy’s first book, “Paudash Poems,” was published in 2012. http://kathyfigueroapoetry.blogspot.ca/ https://soundcloud.com/kathy_figueroa_poetry Related Post What Is Shen Yun All About? By Evan Mantyk Advertising for it is everywhere. If you haven’t seen it, you just haven’t been paying attention. A brilliantly colored image depict... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.