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Poem of the Week 6-27-11

 

Old Methuselah’s Diet
By Anonymous

Methuselah

Methuselah

Old Methuselah’s DietBy Anonymous

 

Methuselah ate what he found

on his plate,

And never as people do now;

He took no account of the

calorie count;

He ate it because it was chow.

He wasn’t disturbed as at

dinner he sat,

Devouring a roast or a pie

To think it was lacking in

granular fat,

Or a couple of vitamins shy

He cheerfully chewed every species of food,

Unmindful of troubles or fears

Lest his health might be hurt by some fancy

dessert,

And he lived over nine hundred years.

Johan

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