Avoid Dark Alleys And Muskrats

It was definitely the wrong turn to take.

I was lost, it was so dark, wet, and creepy.

Believe me there are better places for loitering.

This shifty little bugger snitched my pen.

It’s a pen, so what, get another one damnit – you say?

That objection seems reasonable, at first!

You must know:

I hang on to it for sentimental reasons.

I wouldn’t make a fuzz about it – but it was my favorite  – I snitched it from my math teacher once.

So, you see it’s imperative I get it back.

My precious, my treasure … *cough* … sorry fishbone stuck in my throat.

Don’t let the fluffy furiness ensnare you – there is a criminal mind at work.

Have you seen this muskrat?

Current residence of the fugitive unknown.

Any relevant information will be appreciated.

But not rewarded!

Does anyone know if you turn into something weird, after being bitten by a muskrat?

I was never into that superhero thing.

The Beauty Of Truth

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Where to find it?

How do deal with it?

What the hell is that anyway?

Telling the truth will improve your life, make the world a better place and provide good Karma.

Hey, wait a minute!

Is it really that simple?

Maybe not quite.

There are forces working against you:

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In my case of course: The Voices In My Head

Dangers in telling the truth:

1) Some people can’t handle it – they get pissed

2) You won’t be very popular – they fear you too much

3) If you were born with a taste for black humor – forget about it, you’re doomed

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Alright here some good news:

Art is beauty, it’ll touch you deep inside, when you feel it’s true to you.

What the hell does that mean?

Probably, that you’ll get punched in the face, if you tell the wrong person that you adore his/her girlfriend/boyfriend. (How, was I supposed to know, there was a tremendous jealousy issue going on?)

When in doubt always stick to the: Watch don’t touch policy, and if you’re really clever, you enjoy and keep your mouth shut.

Thank the Lord that you’re able to recognize beauty, when it comes along, while you keep educating yourself in fine arts.

If everything else fails the only thing you need to know is:

Claim you are an artist – then you can get away with almost anything.