Your pitch is off key
Your screeching is kill me
Life is what you make it
Instead of having a fit
Vent though poetry
For this Mother’s Day, the rouletters vented about their pet peeves and life lessons learned.
Magic Jack ATX aired his annoyance about other people’s love lives.
Sarah Kennon gave the student’s response to teachers who nag about sleeping in class.
Lila McCall called out one of her pet peeves…in so many words, about made up words. Sagi Musume confronted the battles of feminine beauty and strength.
Daniel Davila held a mirror to all the whiners in his life, showing their ugly reflection.
Teresa Y. Roberson shared her mother’s anti-whining lesson, summed up in a single question: “Do you want me to give you something to cry about?”
Josh Matimore celebrated his 1st year anniversary with the roulette by writing a political satire skit about first world problems. He read the role of special agent Johnny Ba-Dass.
Thom the World Poet read the role of Congressman Bum McWrath.
Teresa Y. Roberson read the role of the bailiff, kicking off the skit.
Thom the World Poet entertained the crowd with his medley about whining, joined by Magic Jack ATX on guitar and Daniel Davila on clarinet.
Thom gifted everyone with either a red or white candle in order to bring light to the world rather than curse the darkness.
Starting the open mic was David Young AKA Ben Franklin.
Sarah Kennon Michael Kennon Daniel Davila
Josh Matimore Zaka
Join the rouletters Sunday, June 8th for “Bucket List Fantasies.” Submission deadline is Wednesday, June 4th.