Feel the Burn

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In a land of extremely heavy metaphors one ole man counted his blessings thusly, “One, two, three, four…”

In the reading of his will it was found
that this one guy left the following comment
to himself: “Up until the very end,
it was indeed,
my very great pleasure.”

 

This just in:
One tried and true and otherwise reliable correspondent
says he has seen a twenty foot tall man in his backyard.

 

If Life weren’t so serious
it wouldn’t be so funny.

 

One kid told the ole man,
“I’ll feel satisfied with my life
if I know I’ve at least helped you
slay yourself, and burn your field.” 
And the elder thought, later that day,
“I don’t believe he was talking about
suicide or destruction of property.”

J.

 

 

 

 

 

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