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  • 102

    First one paid nine
    then, two paid eight
    then three paid seven
    then, four paid six... more »

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  • 106

    'Her lips were like the dewy rose'
    'Meaning, I suppose,
    She pricked you moistly when she kissed you.'... more »

  • 107

    'Don't be lying on the floor
    without options, ' said the unsolicited message-
    Invasive paranoia to peddle worthless stuff
    There's one born every minute.... more »

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  • 111

    Opera's ok
    so far as it goes
    but the real opera
    everyone knows... more »

  • 112

    Hear me friends
    women or men
    poor, endowed
    by incident of race or creed-... more »

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  • 116

    'It's not that he lies, ' she said,
    eyes snapping, mouth pulling,
    'it's that he doesn't tell the truth.'
    Mercy! I thought-who did she think she was-... more »

  • 117

    Fine, the future for resisting
    useful, the present, for existing
    all the same
    only the passee... more »

  • 119

    There's a difference
    between toleration and
    advocation.... more »

  • 120

    Most human thinking
    is delusional' the more
    obstinate a thought
    the more delusional.... more »

  • 121

    When the Deity pens poetry
    algebra's the chosen stanza... more »

  • 122

    Delusion is good
    often useful
    and not to be impugned
    as long as it's shared... more »

  • 123

    Never confuse
    what is moral to believe
    with what is useful:
    You will find yourself... more »

  • 124

    Obsession is just
    Delusion that Reason's
    unable to dispel;
    perfectly acceptible-... more »

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    Told we are right
    we are highly inclined to believe it;
    told another is wrong
    we are equally so-inclined:... more »