Tuesday, July 3, 2007


If you had a car with four flat tires
You'd be stuck where you are, you'd be in a quagmire

If you've got a load that you lack the back to pull
You cannot move that load, that load is intractable

If you have no detergent but you need to do laundry
You need to do what can't be done, you're in a quandary

Try to feed a family on just one noodle
It cannot be done, the situation is futile

If you have a farm and can't even make grass grow
Your farm is a failure, you could call it a fiasco

When your problems come faster and faster and faster
You might wind up with a debacle, a complete disaster

These are words used by critics of the war in Iraq
Agree or disagree, now you'll understand their smack

by Tom Meltzer ©The Princeton Review

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