Clichés III

If absence make the heart grow fonder
Does familiarity really breed contempt?
And if you can't judge a book by its cover
What does that say about first impressions?
If pretty is, as pretty does
Is it still just skin deep?
If birds of a feather flock together
Does that mean that variety isn't the spice of life?
If one hand washes the other
Why doesn't the right one know what the left one's 
If you'll scratch my back if I scratch yours
Why would you want to stab me in it?
And if winning isn't everything, but the only thing
Then what does it matter how you play the game?

Terri Lyn Stanfield

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