Yellow Brick Road - Poem by gershon hepner
“If we walk far enough we will come to some place, ”
said Dorothy, taking the yellow brick road
in slippers of silver—not red––to outpace
the standard of gold the bricks hinted in code.
If you read between lines books like “Wizard of Oz”
you may get the strangest of answers
to problems you may have considered because
the roads where you read are not Kansas.
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