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What's That Signpost Up Ahead?
by Ed Matlack

Sunday, February 08, 2004

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Not sure after Rene sees this I will be able to type anymore, so you better enjoy this one, it maybe my last...LOL!


what’s that signpost up ahead…?


 


Rufuz is my co-pilot as he is not afraid,


Rene is my navigator, now I am Afraid!


give her a map & ask her to find a way,


to go around st. louis, oh my god, no way!


 


twenty different roads, all around the city,


a hundred different ways to get from here to there,


better start to look at the map,


way back in New Jersey,


that I am afraid is the wrap.


 


better that I should do as I always have done,


write the directions for myself,


the night before and mount them to the dash,


no need for you rene, to hide, no need to run,


I will deal with this myself, totally unabashed.


 


although my favorite signpost is the one above,


for rene it is the only one she knows,


she is good at finding that one, the one that blows,


am I being here too harsh?


will I get, do you think, a certain part bit off?


well if I do, it will go with a smile on my face,


as often I do when her face is buried….


 


oh, hi Rene, good to see you, what was I doing, oh nothing important…


 


                                                                                                (ed)


    


 

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Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/8/2004
You better hide, fella, under the trailer with Rufuz. And I'm saving this, and I won't delete it!!
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