R.L. Ohlhausen

(28 June 1970 / USA)

Lost in Thought


(A fun little diversion)

I thought I thought a thought,
a thought I thought I thought.
The thought I thought I thought
was not the thought I thought
I thought I thought,
I thought.

Caught up in thought,
I found myself in thought,
still I was lost in thought.

I think I think
I think I am thinking,
I think in so thinking
I think I think I think,
I think.
I think I should stop thinking
along this line of thought.

Submitted: Saturday, January 31, 2009

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