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Double OhOh | A Poem by Bob Eager

The Double Oh­Oh.
Don’t insult a twofer,
one and two makes
a triple no no no.
Walking down the Royal Mile,
When was the last time you broke the confidence?
Get it Right Next time,
Dealing with the death of
of an unchartered lingo.
Miles Away,
Again a Double Oh­Oh.
Sleepwalking through your speech,
keep it to yourself.
Hypnotized in the Oh Well,
An unbiased letting go,
and respectfully avoid the Double Oh­oh.

Poet’s Note:
Bob Eager would like to present a written form that discusses a big mistake people make. Saying something against people one time is only a questionable offense. Saying something twice is unforgivable.

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