Treasure Island

Audrey Heller

(2/28/32 / Bronx, New York/ Now residing in Florida)

Curiosity Killed The Cat


They say, curiosity killed the cat.
But frankly speaking, aren't we all
guilty of that? We all have questions,
we'd like to have answers to, but
cannot find. It may not be to our
advantage, but no stone will be left
unturned, or left behind. If you're
looking for the proper answers, don't
veer off course. Just be certain it's
coming, form the right source. Most
importantly, make sure what you're
being told, is true. Then beyond a
doubt, you're going to find out and
all your wondering days, will be
through!

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Edited: Monday, June 06, 2011

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  • Ken E Hall (6/5/2011 7:17:00 AM)

    Love this poem of wisdom and I like to read fact over fiction, yes we are all curious
    indeed.. like mans march of invention...poor cat...regards (Report) Reply

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