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    Affection naturally inclines a change
    that summons up the blood;
    For love is an emotional vibration,
    just as flowers intend to bud.

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    Affection naturally inclines a change,
    that summons up the blood;
    For love yeilds an emotional vibration,
    just as flowers intend to bud.

    Scary appears within an innate mind,
    by a guided form of enticement.
    Lovely affection creates a disallusion,
    with a revolting developement.

    Skirting beyond repairs–of sensibility,
    sings old love-tunes out-of-key.
    Friends share congeniality–for awhile,
    But will rollover on shackability.

    Lo, and behold, something lies beneath,
    which offers repulsive wrinkles;
    A blooming opportunity pays material,
    by adding monetary sprinkles.

    Expect no favorable reaction–to fees,
    reciprocal with the foreign stranger.
    Neighbors treasure-up odd memories,
    A guardian fan–to a corpse ranger.

    Blood is a phenomenal force of sense,
    resting tightly within conclusion.
    Avoid a derangement of encounters,
    with an argumentative repulsion.

    Crazy is not exactly a wise evaluation,
    because the truth is hard to see.
    A mind rambles boldly in a frantic search,
    for some loony tune out-of-key.
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  • Somebody sapped a cranky
    old chap, taking
    a nap beside the
    water gap.

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    Somebody sapped a cranky
    old chap, taking
    a nap beside the
    water gap.
    His wallet was snapped up,
    in his nap, while
    he slept near that
    ole gap.
    ‘Cause, he heard a tap in
    his nap, by
    some chap near
    his cap, on the shore
    of the gap.
    The old chap looked
    for a sap, who
    made the tap in
    his nap.

    But…by a rude tap awakening…

    There was no sap near
    his cap, to make
    the tap on the
    water gap.
    His wallet was snapped, was
    no doubt, but there
    was no sap on
    the gap.
    The old chap re-looked,
    and found the sap with
    a tap,
    who snapped his wallet,
    in his nap.
    Near his cap was
    the sap of
    a chap,
    who snapped his wallet
    as he slept, on that
    old water gap.
    So, who would doubt, …or think
    of the sap near
    his cap?
    The very sap who looked
    for a chap on the
    water gap;
    he zapped his cap…over his wallet,
    and made the tap
    in his nap.
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