There's an elephant too,
but he's invisible.
The elephant charging a splashing river
On the grey afternoon
between two trees
At a housewarming party,
I told this joke.
No one laughed.
One kid cried.
I told him he was adopted
and the tears shed a red and white painted shed
before I could continue
with invisible elephants
so he'd know it was too fantastical
know it was to stupid
to be true in the truthy sense that is real in a really truthful going up elevator.
Get up! The night is going down . . . to the extreme. A vigil will be held in a rain bucket, when the toaster timer goes off, and the orphans can have their rations.
They aren't rational, but they get what they pay for dammit, which was a lot less than you paid. Don't give me that needy look. You get nothing, the end.