Reality is the Irregularity of the Past.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

I was there THAT day

I was there THAT day,
And many a penny spent I;
I was there that day,
And too little a care gave I:

Oh, what fool be paid,
And Me that has paid it,
They raved, "Oh! What feast be laid,"
Not me, but my penny which had Ate it—

Or of it that came—
And with the Wine that had washed it,
A Table of Fame,
A Beast, my Penny, did squash it;

I, the fool did play—
A lone receipt paid it—
Anon, with those eats the Feast did lay,
Not Me, but t'was my Quarter that saved it!

I was there that day,
When the world Crumbled;
That day I was there,
When the world Stumbled;

I was there that day,
(That day I was there),
I was there THAT day—
The day I wasnt there at all...

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