Torturing Clichés to Ensure the Mysteriousness of My Death

1. Underground they stay up late because the longest worm is the one that sleeps in.

2. Pulling yourself up by the bootstraps is a clear sign you need help.

3. If you have a rock garden, the greenness of your neighbor’s lawn is beyond compare.

4. In a secondhand bookstore, the first thing you should do is judge a book by its cover.

5. I’m happy to say that I don’t know if ignorance is bliss.

getting old
my heart on the back
of my hand

Bob Lucky

Torturing Clichés to Ensure the Mysteriousness of My Death

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