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Roadside Poetry

IF THESE WERE OLDER, SIMPLER TIMES, I’D STILL BE WRITING CHEESY RHYMES. BY DAY, BY NIGHT, I’D TOIL AND SLAVE, COMPOSING SIGNS FOR BURMA-SHAVE.

Out-Of-This-World Goodness

A skinny, scrawny alien, A wiry little wisp, Came bearing peace and cereal. His name, of course, was Quisp. He brought us healthful vitamins From A on down through D, And his added shot of sugar Gave us Quazy Energy! It was shaped like flying saucers, Not some dull and boring flake. (Though it’s possible [...]