Man's Own Boring Useless Clich^ets. - Poem by Michael Gale
Light at the end of the tunnel is an old clich^et that imparts wisdom
to words that are usually not too appealing.
Clich^ets describe thoughts with no new original feeling.
Saved by the bell will only apply to a boxer's career.
To have the courage of a lion only describes a person who is unwisely
The pen is mightier than the sword, simply implies that a well recieved
publicized report, will have a much more final all powerful effect by a
Clich^ets will always be around as long as unoriginal words crop up
in the English vocabulary.
Civilized gentlemen will rely on old worn out phrases.
To this final assumption there is a well documentation under that theories basis.
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