Condolences - Poem by gershon hepner
In case you don’t know how to spell condolences,
I’ll show you how, so you don’t make excuses
like countries that make greater errors. Poland’s is
that it should not be blamed for the abuses
committed by the Nazis in their land, which would
be true if Poles had not been anti-se-
mites, doing not the right things that good people should,
to cast spell far worse than gaucherie.
Inspired by seeing Linda’s spelling mistake when, responding to our grandson Darius’s condolences on the death of our cat Cato, she spelt “condolences” with an a instead of an e.
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