Hoodia-Winked - Poem by Max Reif
Those people selling
Hoodia, 'the life-changing
on the Internet
in a thousand nonsensically
or misleadingly titled e-mails
bring up in me
the Protestant Ethic,
even though I'm not a Protestant.
'You people think
you can get something for nothing! '
shouts a loud voice in my head,
though I have to admit
there's a smaller voice
echoing that one with
'Well, can you? '
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