I Like It!

Friday’s “Moment of Inspiration”:
If you pretend you don’t know long enough,
it may become true.

 

Any attempt to convey a universal truth,
will not do so.

 

“I like it, I like it!” cried the first one. 
“Well you wrote it, you wrote it,” said the other. 
First one replies, “You can’t trick me that easily – I still like it.”

 

No matter what the signs say and the ads promise,
in the City, there’s not really much help available.

 

Rather than have to actually confront himself,
this one fellow would cross to the other side of the street.

J.

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