Excuse Me

July 9, 2010
By Antonia Chandler GOLD, Lake Forest Park, Washington
Antonia Chandler GOLD, Lake Forest Park, Washington
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"Excuse me, but I believe you've dropped your senses", the pretty lady said, as she picked up his gross misconceptions up off of the pavement, and handed them back to him.
Thanking her with a tip of his bias, he smiled.
"Would you like to share my skewed reality?" He asked politely. "It seems to be raining truths pretty hard."
She smiled, thanked him, and took his ignorance by the arm.
Ignorance in ignorance, they walked down the street.
From the first time they stood under the same skewed reality, in the pouring truth, they fell in what their fairy-tale minds believed to be love.
They lived happily ever after.



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