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 French Fry Challenge Poems 2/26/2011
 Typing Misc 2/21/2011
 Old Man Winter Challenge Poems 2/20/2011
 Table Manners Humorous Poems 1/30/2011
 The Portrait Inspirational Poems 1/28/2011
 What's Cooking! Humorous Poems 1/23/2011
 Toasted Cheese Challenge Poems 1/8/2011
 Shadow Challenge Poems 1/1/2011
 Words Misc 12/25/2010
 Guess The Words Challenge Poems 12/18/2010
 ZZZZZZZZ Challenge Poems 12/9/2010
 The Box Challenge Poems 12/7/2010
 I'm Going To Move Challenge Poems 12/6/2010
 Starlite Host Challenge Poems 12/4/2010
 Words Challenge Poems 12/4/2010
 Learn From Your Mistakes Challenge Poems 11/20/2010
 The Untold Confession Humorous Poems 11/18/2010
 Fast Food Challenge Poems 9/29/2010
 Help! Challenge Poems 8/21/2010
 Three Wishes Challenge Poems 8/1/2010
 Singing Contest Silly Poems 7/9/2010
 Time Out Misc 7/4/2010
 Rainin' In Them Hills Challenge Poems 6/16/2010
 Adventure Challenge Poems 6/6/2010
 I Would Like To ... Challenge Poems 6/6/2010
 Oil Paintings Misc 6/3/2010
 My First Date Challenge Poems 6/3/2010
 Friends Childrens Poetry 6/2/2010
 Ten Word Challenge Challenge Poems 6/1/2010
 Allergies Challenge Poems 5/31/2010
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French Fry

Assembly line running , we work to prepare
We seldom do notice, what really is there
Just putting my time in at work everyday
A lunch crew preparing ,the usual way

Then far from the normal, I glance down to find
A morsel so tiny had been left behind
Abberant I saw it, I earnestly said
'Your fate,my dear brother,will not be misread.'

Not equal in stature,but yet still affined
United together but waiting in line
Each one reassembled precisely in place
Assigned and positioned then salted for taste

Now feeling contentment,I coulnd'nt help smile
A product created, not worthless or vile
A lesson for others,today you can give
A feeling of value ,each day that you live







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