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Distorted Vision - Part One - Myopia
by Scott Allan Tacke

Thursday, January 10, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A Poem In Three Prescriptions


A fly was in my oatmeal and I begged my mom, “Come see!”
She looked and laughed, “That’s nothing but a raisin there you see.”

“How sure are you?” I asked my mom. “I thought I saw it jump
From that small piece of cinnamon, to that big oatmeal lump!”

“It did not,” she exclaimed. “You just refuse to see I’m right.
“Now, take that raisin in your spoon and swallow every bite!” 

“Look there! It moved again, and it’s a fat horse-fly!” I whined.
"A raisin,” she rebuked me. “You have merely closed your mind.”

Just then the fly leapt from my bowl and buzzed around in flight.
Aha!” I yelled, “Whose mind is closed? You’re wrong and I am right!”

She spoke not, but then washed my bowl out in the kitchen basin,
And shook her head in awe, “My word! A real-life flying raisin!”

























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Reviewed by Sheila Roy 1/11/2008

Very original in content, and I was smiling by the end. Had to laugh about the raisin/fly imagery. A pleasure to read~
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 1/11/2008
hahaha What a great write! How often people become so fixed in their own views. A wonderful way to illustrate this using humour. Well done!
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 1/10/2008
Cute and very imaginative...

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