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Author Name: Freeoldguy 1 Comments
Date Added: November 19, 2010 18:11:03 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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A Different Road

If there were but a better road
to help me with life's heavy load,
than I would think I'd say aloud
that I am very, very proud
that I am not a toad.

e. Gene Myers
Author's Notes:

Most of the toads I have seen lately
have been in the middle of the road
and were very, very flat.
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Comment By: FreeMichelle on November 20, 2010 02:59:45 AM Report

LOL I am happy you are not a toad lol. This is adorable, witty and made me laugh. Thanks for sharing.



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