Undercoverman Finds a Poem about the Greek Debt Crisis
by Leonard D Goodisman
Efcharisto and parakalo
The Greeks are polite as all of us know
They wouldn’t say boo
If they thought it scared you
So how did they get in this goo?
See a banker can make you a loan
If you will, and even if you won’t.
It’s not so important a good loan or bad,
Money you will have or money you had,
Good to repay, if not, well that’s sad.
If you’re hungry we’ll serve up some soft feta cheese
And olives, think olives, they surely will please,
Lakerdo, Loukaniko with fine pita bread
Or you could have plain steamy octopus instead;
Avgolemono is great before bed.