Disaster Contingency Plan - Poem by Jon Lloyd
If my world should ever fall apart,
I'll go and find some glue,
To put it back like at the start -
That's always assuming I can find a hardware store that's open.
If your world caves in upon yourself,
Just pop it in a box,
And put the box upon a shelf -
That's always assuming you can find a box, or a shelf, or any walls suitable for housing such a storage arrangement.
©2005 Jon Lloyd
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