Cherry Tomatoes - Poem by gershon hepner
Picking, outside my garage,
ten tomatoes, small and shiny,
which I ate with French fromage,
I concluded being tiny
often may enhance the flavor
more than being large, although
being big may be in favor,
as all fashion models know.
If a man is very tiny
girls will not look at him twice,
even if his eyes are shiny
and his hair is very nice.
Therefore men are quite unlike
those tomatoes that are very
tiny ones, which need a hike
if they want to pick a cherry.
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