Devang Gandhi

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The Oxymoron (Really Funny) Poem by Devang Gandhi


Oxymorons are 2 contradicting words,
Now tell me, isn't that absurd?

An example of this is virtual reality,
Is that possible or just a casual formality?

What about the living dead,
Am I just being a butt head?

Am I leading this into a fine mess?
Isn't this moment priceless?

Don't worry; the poem is nearly done,
I'm just having a bit of serious fun.

Am I truly a big baby?
Well, it's a definite maybe.

Well I'm going to give you a practice test,
Tell me now, who is the second best.

I thank God that I'm an Atheist,
Also thank Him that I am a cautious optimist.

Now I am all alone,
In my office that's also my home.

Eating my very bland spice,
Wasn't this poem awfully nice?

Submitted: Friday, March 10, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, July 06, 2010

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