On the end of the night of the New South Wales State Poetry Slam Final, one Geoff Lemon, from the below blue borders of Victoria, jumps away winner supreme over the poetry night's cream.
Joseph Appleby, not far behind in line, takes a beat to shuffle the feet on the feat as runner-up of said meet.
Swinging around victorious on a bear hug of Bravo Child, winner of 2005 and this year's sacrificial poet, Lemon battled the rattle hard and fast against a cast and crowd of other juicy poets on notice from across the state of New South Wales.
Wholly within the confines of scale, his origin tale state serving not to fail and proving no barrier at all to his rise atop the crop.
Written on Sunday, 10 December 2006