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The clock ticks on aimlessly so
Waiting and hoping, oh why donít I know?
My stomach turns, and palms they sweat
Some kind of sick joke, a thoughtless bet

Render me speechless, mouth agape
Will this machine decide my fate?
I gave all I have, no more I can do
But sit here and wonder, B1 or C2?

Pupils widen, hair stands on edge
Mountain dew or citrus wedge?
Reach down in my pocket for cold metal wage
The robot sucks in, no thank you is paid

Finger tips so cold and dark
Pressing the button, making my mark
Forever is here, no turning back
Shit, I wanted a Twix not a Kit Kat!



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The following comments are for "The Choice"
by woalook100

Woalook, you're back my dear
haha i havent heard from you from the days of daddy dearest! this is cute. i like how it is very ironic. oh a vending machine. are you gonna write another story?

( Posted by: smartie99 [Member] On: June 19, 2009 )

@woalook100 and smartie99
It looks like neither of you have been on these pages since September 2008 (or there-abouts).

Welcome back! It's good to see you here!

And woalook100: I've felt just that way many times at the hospital vending machine, and even though I could swear I pushed the right buttons, the freakin' thing keeps giving me the wrong stuff.

Good piece!

Ochani


( Posted by: OchaniLele [Member] On: June 20, 2009 )

Choices!
Droll but such a real concern.
Fun this!
Thanks

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: June 23, 2009 )





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