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It's Possible MAG
Picture this …
A wadded-up bit of paper lying at your feet as you sit and stare, awaiting your 4 o'clock bus. A piece of rubbish. Trash. Useless. Worthless. Meaningless. Garbage. Nothing.
But what if it were …
A cry for help? Maybe someone was kidnapped from here not long ago and left this plea for help.
Or maybe it's a suicide note.
It could be plans for some fancy new time machine. Or flying cars.
Maybe it has some stranger's kind words: “I care.”
Or maybe it's a shopping list someone dropped.
Maybe it has a hundred dollar bill wadded up inside.
That or maybe counterfeit dollars.
Maybe someone admiring you from across the way left it for you.
But I can't imagine why. You're scum who judges helpless little wads of paper.
It's possible that this is someone's lease for a brand new tropical home, must have slipped.
Maybe it's an autograph from Heath Ledger.
Or a fragment of historical evidence.
Could be a threat someone took no notice of and left lying
There on the cold cement right by your left toes.
Maybe it could change your life.
Who are you to judge?