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I asked god presently:
“what have you in store for me?”
to which he replied (with a smile):
“sir, I will tell you:
the best knowledge of life
is no knowledge at all,”
and with that he shook my hand
and bid me a pleasant existence.
This much I can say
regarding our correspondence:
I presently found a quarter
upturned on the sidewalk
and wished I could forfeit all days
to the unexpected discovery
of Mr. Washington.



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by ESeufert

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Some really good stuff here. Ignorant bliss, and great rhythm.

( Posted by: Furius [Member] On: November 30, 2002 )





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