Paul McKeever’s Minimal Maxims and Bon Arrows, volume 1, issue 6
July 6, 2009 by Paul McKeever
Those who cannot remember the past condemn us to the reliving of it.
Eat of my need, drink of my want. – Man’s last supper
It is illegal to obtain or destroy a free man’s values without his consent.
Another rich man lost his shirt.
A holy roller’s name’s now dirt.
Cold and rain clouds on the run:
Ten percent chance of heat and sun.
The fix was in for the gold medal winner.
The diet you failed don’t make one thinner.
That poor woman’s child can’t walk,
Can’t swallow, can’t hear, can’t even talk.
The sold out show was a giant flop.
The fat plain singer came out on top.
A bowl of sweet lemons and sour grapes:
The yummy daily diet of irrational apes.