I Was Kidnapped By A Smell - Poem by Patti Masterman
I was kidnapped by a smell;
My brain replied with naught, pray-tell:
Where did I smell this once before?
While others round went; that again..
My brain was opening up a door
My brain was taking me back, to when;
And while they worked, as wont their way
I went to live a different day.
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