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What’s Your Lucky Number


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Numbers can be lucky, or so they say

What’s your lucky number, I ask if I may?


In poker, I have many, combinations that I’ll play

King, seven is one of my favorites, that I win at most days


Sometimes my lucky number is the number two

That goes way back from when I had twins, how about you?


Growing up I always liked the number ten

Maybe because it was the first double-digit,

but that was way back when


Some folks like the number seven

Makes me think of the store, Seven Eleven


There are so many combinations, that you can play

Have you bought your ticket, for the lottery today?


I’ve seen many people bet on sixty-nine

Whatever they are thinking, I’m sure is fine


As you can see

I have many favorites

I’ll just let it be


© Susan Zutautas 2019


This was written for a challenge @

5 Comments Post a comment
  1. Cute! 😊 My lucky numbers are 7 and 13. I used to play the same numbers in the lottery every week, then I decided that the first week I failed to play would surely be when those numbers came up!

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    April 9, 2019
  2. 20

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    April 9, 2019
  3. I’ve never really thought about lucky numbers. But if I have one, it’s probably 5. At least, that’s the number that comes to mind. 🙂


    April 9, 2019
  4. Cool poem!


    April 8, 2019
  5. I like 8. I wrote a poem about it once. Maybe I can find it.

    Enjoyed this 😍


    April 8, 2019

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