There are apples and peaches in the refrigerator if you’re hungry and I think some raspberries in the bottom right drawer. Terrorists. This orange is amazing. Criminals. What about cheese there might some in the meat drawer like swiss or munster. Bio-diesel. That man in the red tie does not look happy maybe he has a gland problem or something. Strategic. Do you think she’s chewing gum or her tongue wouldn’t that hurt maybe that’s why she looks so sour. Justice.
(Insert pseudo-whistle here.) Laughing at the government--now that's bravado! I must remember to do that more often.
...Actually, biodiesel is a BAD alternative. I did a thesis paper on all this--businesses tell you there would be a decided effect on the economy because of a switchover? Do the math--IT'S A POSITIVE EFFECT.
Thank you, George W. Bush--it's good to know we're all gonna die in a few years.
I like how it seems like you have mixed two very different poems together, but still made it work, even though I know it was intentional. This makes it even more thought provoking. I like how the different things from everyday life seem to fit perfectly with the more special one-word sentences, even though I had to read it more than once to be able to wrap my head around it.
Great job, definitely a work worth keeping.