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  77.     

And Now You Want Me To Write An 'Away Message'? !

Sure! How about 'If you're looking for Amanda, you may notice she's not currently at her desk. She is searching for her mind, which is probably lost somewhere in a sea of e-mails, documents, and spreadsheet columns. She may or may not be found in the Copy Center looking for it, as she has had very minimal luck finding it elsewhere.'

'She will, however, be checking her messages periodically throughout happy hour, so please feel free to leave a voicemail at the beep to which she will respond between the hours of 6 and 8: 30 P.M. with a kind, slightly slurred 'Go to hell.''

'Thank you for your patience and sympathy in Amanda's time of loss.'
 
Amanda Lukas

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  78.     

Tragic Sunrise

She gave him a kiss and stepped out the door, not a clue of what was really in store for her/he watched her silent I Love You from the window pane, as she drove off, he whispered jus the same/he turned his back, with a smile on his face as he made his way to sit in the kitchen/he gazed with joy at the empty seats, not a clue of what he'll soon be missin/she only made it 2 blocks b4 her world flipped/a young girl t-boned the car, fresh off an acid trip/pinned within the door and her own armrest, she screamed as blood slid off of her lips/as help arrived she tried to dial the house, but slipped right into unconciousness/E.R. bound, she fights to stay alive, he's completely unaware of his wife's heartwrenching cries/the phone rings he picks up and says hello, seconds later down on his knees screamin to God 'lord no! '/grabbed his keys, sped off into the sunlite/convinced that everything was gonna be alright/within a heartbeat he was there at her side, strokin her hair, she awoke to wipe the tear from his eye/neverminding the pain she embraced her husband dearly, lifeline beepin much slower/they drowned it out so easy/she looked him over slowly fadin away/silently sayin I Love You thru her very last gaze/he whispered it back and layed her down gently, pushed the button, doctor rushed in to offer up some sympathy/he stepped in the next room where the young girl lay, sleepin badly bruised, could barely make out her face/when she saw him, she asked how's mom/he looked back once more before he dropped the bomb/he turned to her side to spill the realization, needless to say, it was a silent conversation.
 
Steve Wilkins

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  79.     

Conscience

Warm sympathy feels so misplaced
when all we have to grieve
are childhoods evilness defaced
that kind hearts feared believe
 
Neil Graham Marsden

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It Takes A While To Catch A Thief

It takes a while to catch a thief.
Slick they are in receiving sympathy.
With a sincerity believed,
They would be the last to steal.
They are like plagiarists...
Lifting from another statements made,
With a twisting of words to attract their appeal.

It takes a while to catch a thief.
Slick they are in receiving sympathy.
With a sincerity believed,
They would be the last to steal.
Since no one would perceive them to be,
Lusting for what others have...
With no effort made they've invested to achieve.
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar

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