Wednesday, August 09, 2006

ant hill schematics

robot boy
at age four
(and two fifteenths)
designed stackable
to the average size
of a north american carpenter ant
and sold them
to all the children
in his neighborhood
for 10% profit
on any lemonade sales
through the summer months
of june, july and august.

[inspired by a miss sam duffy original: click the poem's title for direct link to image of inspiration!!]


Mike said...

Oh, great job Katy on writing to that picture! I have to admire the business sense of robot boy, as well. :)

B Boutwell said...

That he did. ;)

ozymandiaz said...

Did robot boy pull a permit?

Crunchy Weta said...

Magnificant, triumphant, taxpaidant?

Russell Ragsdale said...

Precision, efficiency, Robot Boy is the modern Faust. Great job dear Katy!

Anonymous said...

Great post as for me. It would be great to read more about this theme.
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