Pool Hall

Pool Hall was the place to be,
if you had people to see.
Dealers, gamblers, rejects, and thugs,
there you could see their mugs.

Tony kept the police out,
a reputation he could tout.
Bill was his right hand,
his son and large man.

Sandy and Blat had the hands,
to hustle players and bands.
Conyers and Cager were crazy,
and also very lazy.

Snooker was the game of choice,
it requires skill and voice.
Nine Ball was next in line,
winning lots of money is fine.

Eight Ball,
played by all,
had no allure,
it was unpure.

Published by Black Cloud

Unique individual with a passion for the strange and unusual aspects of our existence.

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