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Sinner in Remission
19Jun2017
article by
Mike Wilson
Poem
2

I was wrong yesterday,
but that’s behind me now.
Today is a cloudless sky!
I’ve girded my loins with good intentions.
Oh, past harm, I know ye not!  

So perhaps when I die,
and CSI arrives,
my soul can slip
under the yellow tape,
my disease undetected.


2 responses to “Sinner in Remission”

  1. Rae Cobbs says:

    First stanza is exuberant. Second is puzzling. Makes me work at bringing them together.

  2. Jim Lally says:

    perhaps this CSI means
    Changing
    Situation
    (to the)
    Infinitesimal

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