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David Harris

Rookie - 809 Points (18 June 1945 / Bradfield, England)

Friday The 13th


To many the number thirteen
is a number to avoid and beware of,
add Friday in front of the number,
and you have a very scary day.

To me the number thirteen,
has always been always been a lucky one,
and Friday the thirteenth,
even luckier still

Then again, if you are superstitious
any number can be unlucky.
If you want to think it so,
it just depends on how positive you are.

Now if you think negative,
you will be that way to,
so in your thinking,
just be like me.

Positive is lucky, negative is unlucky,
so train you mind,
to think positive
all the time.


13 July 2007

Submitted: Friday, July 13, 2007
Edited: Monday, March 21, 2011

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