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A Tribute To Adagio

A Tribute To Adagio

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Making wine from oysters

A mop bucket stands unused

While muffins burn in the oven

Swingsets rust in the rain.


Yet carpet covers hardwood

As the moon serenades toads

Beyond the furthest galaxy

Three-eyed gargoyles play checkers.


A Dodge is missing a wheel

Whilst hummingbirds seek pollen and poo

The wind knocks over a For Sale sign

Sirens howl as dogs reply.


My heart is rendered useless

Shoes too tight and squeak

Churchbells clang in the distance

The Kool-Aid is too sour to drink.

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