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[at-l] Re: poems
- Subject: [at-l] Re: poems
- From: "Gene Cochran" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 28 Jan 1997 18:43:58 -0800
I LOVE IT!
(howling with laughter!)
The Lord Bless and Keep You!
: From: Jim Mayer <email@example.com>
: To: AT Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com
: Subject: poems
: Date: Tuesday, January 28, 1997 12:41 PM
: The following is from the Susquehannock Trail System trip report I posted
: (to the AT-L) last November. There were quite a few poems in there, of
: which this is not exactly the deepest. I thought I'd "recontribute" it
: the poetry discussion. Try singing it in a 1950's singsong TV jingle
: of way...
: -- Jim
: Monday, 9/7/96
: A somewhat stiff jingle to start the morning off with:
: Donít forget the Ibuprofin
: When you go to bed at night
: For if you do, you will remember
: When the sun comes shining bright!
: When at the first step of morning,
: You find nothingís working right!
: Oh, donít forget the Ibuprofin,
: When you go to bed at night...
: It doesnít matter how youíre feeling,
: After hiking through the day,
: If you forget the Ibuprofin
: Youíre most surely bound to pay
: And when you do, you WILL remember
: Not to mess with natureís way...
: Oh, donít forget the Ibuprofin
: Put some in your pack today!
: Ouch! Iím a little afraid though. If people go back to nature to reach
: highest centers of their creativity, what have I just found out about
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