Napowrimo 28, 2nd instalment: The Bridge Club

Where people connect
recollect they have a brain
their skill with numbers
exercise the social art
before the time comes to depart
bids justified
or on the way to suicide
when partner asks you why
you bid that slam
you lost the rubber
two trumps left uncounted
error fatal –
counting trumps is vital
partner gloats with cruel recital
of your mistakes in spades
to Hades
with bridge


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14 Responses to Napowrimo 28, 2nd instalment: The Bridge Club

  1. pherecrates1 says:

    Ha ha!!! You captured the essence of the game in spades!

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  2. I’ve been meaning to stop by for awhile and have finally made it. Going to explore for a bit. I don’t play card games as I don’t have the patience or understanding of them. I guess quilting fills that same criteria for me.

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  3. colonialist says:

    But, puh-lease, skip my latest NaPo thing or you may come at me with Clubs!


  4. I like that it helps recollect that we have brains…this is interesting to me…you set the scene so well…we never had these event growing up…wish my folks had been more social.


  5. Luanne says:

    I am the kid whose parents were always hosting their THREE bridge clubs, so this was pretty funny!!!

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  6. tialys says:

    I don’t play Bridge (or even know the rules) but this made me laugh. I assume you play as it sounds like you speak from experience.

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