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POEM OF THE DAY; Self Acceptance.

THE problem is your snotty attitude, One part of you can't tolerate the rest, At heart you are a lover on the prowl, In your head you are nothing but a prude, How can you ever settle in your nest? Take a leaf from the book of Simon Cowell, He calls a spade a shovel, not a trowel, Whenever you're unsure of who you are, You can make a start by calling an owl An owl and not a fowl of Balthazar, Things are meant for the purpose they are made, A star's supposed to twinkle from afar, I'm off to dig the garden with my spade, Not my vacuum cleaner, brush or guitar.

ANDREW TAIT, Jesmond

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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Aug 27, 2015
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