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Can you see the ‘oddity’ smiling in the mix?

conspicuously

inconspicuous

i leave you

with smiles

and a promise

i will return

in two weeks

as i am

off to flirt

with any gorgeous

red headed sunrise

that says ‘hello’

to be seduced amidst

forested skies

i will float

along on a leaf

like farley mowat dead

conspicuously

inconspicuous

 

 

pointing a finger

He’s got George Clooney’s smile?

 

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I will call her Tess. Old men pay her for a sweet a smile.

 

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And what hides behind these two hats? Your correct. Two smiles.

 

Tom Waits  LONG WAY HOME…….*I’m off for parts unknown, back in two weeks,  give or take.

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