In the dense forest
Along the path the children roam
Lies a large wishbone
That they enjoy to climb.
The bicycle tires overtop the rough surface
Spinning, spinning, spinning
Along the length of a wishbone.
The limbs on each and every sapien
That allows the being to stay put,
Go on an expedition,
Or hurt their worst adversary.
Up in the air
Soaring around amidst the clouds
Flies the feathery black wishbone.
A roman numeral
That comes before VI,
But after IV.
Without the stem.
The glass which
A single mother drinks from.
She is slurping red wine
From the clear wishbone.
The force that comes from a steel wishbone
That stops the boat from wandering
From it’s dock.
Is what keeps this boat steady.
A promise between two friends
In which they interlock their smallest finger.
The famous pinky promise
Is a secret kept upon a wishbone.
While sliding down the snowy slope
A pair of skis cross
In order to slow down the creature
Through the use of a wishbone.
A wishbone can be used to launch an object
Through a dense forest,
Or an expedition,
Or a snowy slope.
Whatever it may be,
Is led to the rest of it’s life.
10 Ways of Looking At a Wishbone