VERMICULATE

  {I realized that ritual will always mean throwing away something; destroying our corn or wine upon the altar of our gods.}Chesterton, G. K. - ] Gilbert Chesterton (1874-1936) -- The 'Vermiculate' Apple from the 'Tree of Knowledge' is not one good to eat. -- Like a half a worm is not better than none. -- Unless you're a fish looking for a treat -- and not the hook. -- Any 'Auscultation' of the originality of Sin, -- The 'Vade Mecum' is filled with worms -- There's always another Book. -- Where should we begin? -- 'FashionMista' or MIZZ -- The Apple has been bitten again, -- With new Jobs -- And always another Choice. -- 'FashionMista' or Mizz -- Holding firmly together with Freedom and a Voice. -- Always changing, Now becoming Then. --  'Auscultation' for us uneducated Slobs  -- And Again. -- There's no turning back without an indigestible Fizz. -- The Choices with knowledge of Good and Evil in sunshine or the rain -- And Fellowship with All, -- Is just another Secret of the Train -- And Technology is the FALL. -- The new 'Vade Mecum' are the 'Splinterwebs' -- With many Shades of Grey -- Is it what we've eaten or maybe what we ate -- The Tide comes in and then it Ebbs -- At one place or another. -- We all Go home to our Mother -- Redefined -- 'Vermiculate'. -->>L.T.Rhyme --"Oui, Lady Glencora." -->>J.J.Rousseau

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