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  33.     

All Around

All around the merri-go-round,
And all around the planet.
Didn't matter which route you took,
You know nature and man did plan it.


It seemed one day, I looked at it,
The merri-go-round going fast.
I wondered looking at it,
How long the whirling would last.


Either way I understood,
The motion round and round,
Of this Earth and merri-go-round,
Whirling all around.
 
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  34.     

All Friendships

Do you suppose I saw
That time when a tear
Streamed down your face?

Do you think I saw
That defense in your eye,
So menacing a look?

Can you visualize your hardened face
with oxi-dried lining
Meant to reflect harsh winds?

Do you not think
I too felt the same,
Bu couldn't say much to comfort you?
 
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  35.     

All The World Was Glass

What if all the world was glass,
And the leaves on the trees were too,
With the sky a sheet of curved glass tinted blue?
How would the crops sprout out of the ground?
But I do not really care, for this is so rare,
And I would rather starve for beauty's sake.

What if all the cotton pods were glass,
And the sheep on the hills were also,
With glass flowers and buds all in a row,
How would there be thread for men,
To make clothes to wear and mend,
But I do not really care, for this is so rare,
And I would rather wear rags for beauty's sake.

What if all the books were glass,
And I would read blank reflections,
And there would be glass letters and no compositions,
How would there be this thing called knowledge,
Without this we would have no courage,
But I do not really know, for this is not rare,
Because without knowledge, for beauty I have no cure.
 
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  36.     

Alopogize

I uh-loh-puh-jized to my mommy.
Then alopogized to my daddy.
But from both of them,
I got no acknowledgement for my alopogy.


I alopogized to my teacher,
And then to my preacher.
But from both of them,
I got no acknowledgement for my alopogy.


I turned to the Internet,
I spelled alogopy.
A word I never knew,
Popped out at me.


So I screamed and yelled,
To all concerned,
'I meant apology,
Apology,
Apology! '

And all four said,
'I apologize for not understanding you.
 
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