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    OUTSIDE THE GARDEN

    Once you were free
    You raped my garden
    I didn’t have the slightest idea where you came from
    One day the signs appeared
    And you were there
    Strolling the garden fence
    Looking for my weaknesses
    Hungering for sustenance
    I set a trap
    You replied
    But I had to let you go
    My garden will not be a lonelier place without you
    My hands will not tremble without you
    And so that it is as summer wanes
    The evenings cool
    And the stars brighten
    You will lay in another hole
    Far away
    Outside my garden

    RDS
    THE SECOND

  • #2
    Some things are not meant to be. Sounds like this was one of those.

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    • #3
      RLW what is meant to be is to be someone else said that

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      • #4
        Is this a rabbit?

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        • #5
          maybe a carrot?

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          • #6
            A damndelion! (Except they don't dig holes...)
            A gopher!
            Bugs Bunny, like grant said!
            But wait, we don't trap rabbits, do we?
            A rat?!?!

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            • #7
              Have you ever heard of a beagle club? When I was 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 I was paid $2.00 a hare. A catch and release program to train hunting dogs.They supplied the traps i offered the bait (mainly apples) And hopefully the rabbits

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              • #8
                Oh ya the rats we shot!!!

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                • #9
                  Okay, so I was close.

                  As an aside, the hare-as-hieroglyph is the principal phonogram in the ancient Egyptian verb 'to exist', wnn. It is the first grapheme in one of the most important epithets of the god Osiris: Wnn-nfr, hellenised as Onnophris. It means something like: 'who exists perfectly' or 'ideal being', referring to the god's post-mortem, mummified condition, equipped for eternity.

                  Hare endeth the lesson.

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                  • #10
                    Mr.hayes, wheres that confounded bridge? Ha, ha, ha

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