Sonny Koan - Poem by Sonny Rainshine
A perfectly healthy
and an eighty-year-old woman
with a cane and poor sight
found themselves needing
to cross a busy street.
The healthy young man
tapped the bent old lady
on the shoulder and said:
'Will you help me across the street? '
The old woman
helped the young man across
the busy street and then said:
'Thank you, young man.'
Why was the old woman grateful?
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