Understandable Care - Poem by Douglas Scotney
I know a careless old cowboy
who wishes she'd bought a lifetime's supply
of dieldrin back in the day,
because nothing's as good today.
Is there a careless one out there
still using today
the TCE degreaser she,
or her granma,
bought a lifetime's supply of,
back in the Wild West,
because IT would always be the best?
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