Beware The Blushless - Poem by Ima Ryma
'Man is the only animal
That blushes, or needs to.' Mark Twain
Said those wise words - so insightful
Of his species that shows so plain.
Watch the ones in the public eye,
'Specially those in politics.
A lot of them do trick and lie,
But blush not in their lies and tricks.
Those who need to blush most, blush least.
They've got a face that serves them well.
It is the nature of that beast,
No red face 'til they go to hell.
For those who should and do not blush,
Be quick to give them the bum's rush.
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