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Don’t Get Shocked

One-line poetry response to this prompt by Michael Trent

Photo credit: Dreamstime

Don’t ever splice wires with tape,

Or ropes, or hair, do what’s safe,

Use a nut, like this one here

Shock is what you need to fear!

Kinda lame, I know, but all I could think of in a pinch!

Thanks to Harper and Kathy and the whole Chalkboard team!

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Kim Smyth

Kim Smyth

Freelance writer/blogger, editor-creator of Words on a Page blog-https://inkonapage.com. Interests are creative writing, alternative medicine, and music.

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