Artistic Monday

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Only around dying Cities
can you hear the distant sound
of peace breaking out.

 

Question Of The Day:

Is knowledge a product or a service?

 

“A word of caution, actually seventeen words…” advised an uncle to a kid, “In this life few things are truly impossible, but one is that you can’t be ‘metaphorically stupid.’”

 

In their own way,
all epitaphs are shameful.

 

One fellow announced, “My toil in the artistic vineyards is only for eternity.”  And Life yelled back, “Good, then I’ll always pay you tomorrow.”

 

J.

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