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June 14, 2012

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Poetry who needs it?
It is frills, lace, and other fancy stuff.
Without it literature takes a hit.
Those genteel folk think it rough.
It can give a needed lift.
It can make for emoting.
It can cause a rift.
It can shape and inspire a life.
Who needs it?
Somebody does.

Open, Mike.
Open rye.
Open sesame.
Open sez me.
Hopin' you're open, Mike.
Hoppin to your place, robin.
Wishin and hopin.
Am I open?
Am I blue?
Am I true to you?
No, but I am open.
Open mic!

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