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It's so important to talk to you said, I to Myself and Me.  

I must let you know all the things we must do said, I to Myself and Me. 

In response to such a lengthy dialogue, Myself added in with its own repertoire, and of coarse Me jumped right in to add its own spin; which unfortunately left Myself and I in a trail of alarming chagrin.

Perchance to end the mad cycle between the three said, I to Myself and Me.

You know we all can have our own way if you will just  resign yourself to Me. For surely you know we won't  abide if I and Myself and Me are set apart to quibble  between just us three.

Nothing will ever get done at all, said, I to Myself and Me.

We'd better be quiet and get on the ball, soon the Great Master will give us a call and ask us why nothing has been accomplished between I, Myself, and Me.

© C.L. Mareydt d23 




C.L. Mareydt


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