#1
looks like someone finally made up their mind.
looks like they know what they want
bout time,
but we all know they haven't got a clue.

We play poker with our lives,
bluffing to make the woman fold.
I've been chasing flushes for too long,
too ever stay in the game
long enough to make it to the end.

dial up your butler and he'll be there in a flash,
with a bag full of amphetamines
and a toothbrush for your burns.

"don't you miss what we used to have?"
yea,
but I work too much to ever find time for you again.
#2
I like the indecision each verse represents. It could of been applied more, though. Not excessively; just more of a tone differentiation, to solidify the idea thoroughly.
I know that isn't the exclusive theme behind the piece, but it may of helped it become more relatible and interesting.

"I've been chasing flushes for too long,
too ever stay in the game
long enough to make it to the end."

-I love the flow and rhythmical provocation, but the second lines "too" feels really weird...
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I really like the last line. It's a really simple way to show how people seem more concerned for wealth over love. I suppose it asks the question, is love wealth?
#3
I thought your imagery was weak and easy here.

First stanza runs in circle, you ain't saying anything. I get the idea of "they seem to know what they want, but they don't", but this idea ain't got any power with the vagueness of the subject. either precise someone or...well..make something of of these words.

Stanza two was poor to me, repetition of "long" didn't help it.

the rest of it was uninteresting to me.

This felt disconnected and vague, I might have been a little too harsh but it's not what I would expect coming in.