Highlighter Invention - Poem by Walterrean Salley
“Highlighters” are a blessing;
And a fine invention.
They save a lot of headaches
Highlighting our intentions.
They’re in all sort of colors:
Orange, yellow, pink and green.
They’re among the things most helpful
That I have ever seen.
I’m sure we’ve all used them
At some time or another.
They make lovely gifts
To share with one another.
To the inventor of the highlighter,
I would like to say:
Thanks for your “idea, ”
Which helps save the day.
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