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    dots Submission Name: Always Somethingdots

    Author: Glen Bowman
    ASL Info:    70 m Oz
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 1140/307/186
    Words: 116
    Class/Type: Poetry/Satire
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       I haven't made any verse just lately, because I've been ill and there seems to be no rhyme nor reason in it ... little joke there, heheh ... I wrote this when I used to keep house for kids - fun - nice memories - but us housekeepers used to discuss how sometimes you wonder whether your personality is going to survive another odd sock search. (Odd socks are my poetical symbol for parenthood) ... for all you Mums & Dads out there ... hey, do you think somebody could invent an app for finding socks that match the socks you have already found?

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    dotsAlways Somethingdots

    I'm mopping the floor
    and swearing at things
    that snaggle your feet
    while your fancy takes wings.

    Sometimes I'm near
    and sometimes I'm far,
    but that's always here
    cos I are where I are.

    Someplace is where
    it's distant and faint,
    but I never get there
    cos I ain't where I ain't.

    Someone I know
    could be someone I be,
    but never quite so
    cos a me is a me.

    To be what I ought
    would be what I ask,
    but it's only a thought
    cos a task is a task.

    "Someday!" I scream,
    "I'll have nothing to do
    "but seek in a dream
    "who was dreaming of who!"

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