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Haiku What?


To the starting line
And time has lost its meaning
Where passion must count.


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Dr. Bob:

Little beetles swarm
Thousands in orange masses
Thank God Orkin came.

Really, the darn things cover the sunny side of the house once the soybeans are harvested. Much worse than those box elder bugs, because these pinch and get in your ears, nose and mouth.

Bug, fly away home.
House burns.The kids are at home.
Like charred Raisin-ettes.


I love my life too
If the world were upside down
Should I step on you?


Fall in Evergreen
Flys always buzz in my house
Drives me cra-aa-zy


There's an old proverb
"You are no bigger than the
things which annoy you."

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