The "Entrepreneur" and the Ladies. (Non-Entry)

As the limo weaved through the the rush hour traffic heading for the downtown area, his thoughts drifted as to how he got to his present position. He was proud of his rise from a punk in a street gang, to an entrepreneur of sorts. He was especially proud of the influence he had over local government officials.
The limo made a quick turn, pressing the lovely girl sitting to his left into his shoulder, her drink spilling onto his Georgio Armani suit. She gasped and begged his forgiveness, whereas he replied with a grin,“That’s ok babe, I’ve got ten more of these suits in my closet, what’s important is you didn’t stain your dress. You’ve got an important meeting with the mayor in twenty minutes.” The other three lovely women in the limo giggled.
The limo pulled into a high class hotel just as they got into the downtown area, not far from city hall. The driver eased the limo around the circular drive to the door of the hotel cocktail lounge.
A man approached the door of the limo, opened it, and handed the “entepreneur” a thick envelope. He glanced inside the envelope, grinned that proud grin, whereas the ladies exited and proceded to the cocktail lounge to prepare for their “meeting” with the four city officials, who had already discretely secured their rooms, and were waiting for the ladies to be escorted up.
The girls were proud to do this service for their man, and they were paid very well too! And the lady doing the mayor was especially prideful, being able to do things for a high city official that his wife would never think of doing! Plus he was always good for extra cash.
The limo then headed further into the downtown area where the “entrepreneur” would deliver the crystal meth, tucked away in the trunk of the limo, to his main man for distribution throughout the city.

The "Entrepreneur" and the Ladies. (Non-Entry)

Dean Warwick

San Jacinto, United States

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Pride, one of the seven deadly sins. The “Entrepreneur” and the Ladies, all proud of themselves.
I was doing this for the competition, then realized it had to be a poem of 150 words or less, and about the picture, but here it is anyway. Not a poem and 359 words! :)

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