Twins in a Confusing Maze

November 27, 2010
By The_Futurologist BRONZE, Thousand Oaks, California
The_Futurologist BRONZE, Thousand Oaks, California
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Two people were in a maze,
They were identical twins,
So they did the exact same actions,
And said the exact same things.
When one dillied,
The other dallied,
When one mixed,
The other matched,
When one was lovey,
The other was dovey,
When one was wishy,
The other was washy,
When one was higglety,
The other was pigglety,
When one liked to chit,
The other liked to chat.
But a few minutes later,
They started to search for the exit in a craze,
And as they started getting impatient,
One of them realized that he was going through a mirror maze.

The author's comments:
I was inspired to write this poem by a mirror maze at an entertainment center. It was kind of confusing to go through it because of all of the reflections and reflections of reflections that made the maze look very big. Also, the reflections made it look like there was more than one person in the maze. I hope that readers will be surprised when they find out that the maze is a mirror maze, and that they will find the surprise funny.

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