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A shopping Mall
by John W Townsend

Wednesday, September 09, 2009
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These places are so constructed to feel good.


 


 

A building as if

 

 

a holiday venue

 

 

inviting you through its beckoning doors.

 

 

Allured by the music

 

 

you know oh so well

 

 

your caught in the web of the shopping mall.

 

 

Around and around

 

 

it leads you so sweet

 

 

as every shop displays its treats

 

 

into and out of

 

 

you pass without a care

 

 

while your wallet is shouting

 

 

beware beware.

 

 

Flowers and waterfalls

 

 

balloons for the kids

 

 

places to eat and seats for a rest.

 

 

Then long before you know it

 

 

hours have passed

 

 

in your hand are bags

 

 

of things not asked,

 

 

things that only caught the eye

 

 

and sad old wallet gives a sigh.

 

 

 

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