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If houseplants had jobs,
the commute would kill them.
If birdbaths had children,
the yard would be filled with puddles.
If the screen door paid bills,
the currency would be slams and breezes.
If clocks made investments,
only time would tell if it was all worth it.
If measuring cups had power of attorney,
responsibility would be calibrated.
If a window left a last will and testament,
it would be completely transparent.
©Mary Lee Hahn, 2017
My mentor text was the book IF, by Shirley Glaser, reviewed here.