HUMOR KILLS GOLIATH
Humor has it's place,
in all relationships.
Creates a wondrous space,
a jolly partnership.
Humor brings the laughter,
forever and ever after.
Humor is the glue,
It takes away the blue.
When you feel so tired,
Humor kills Goliath.
Funny it can make you,
ease out into real you.
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