Morning Meds; 11 14 18
I heard a knock; I opened the door and oooooohhhhhhh noooooooo! There they stood, thought scoundrels.
You know the type of thought; they don’t have anything nice to say about anything or anyone and most of the time they’re not to keen on you or me either.
They’re so persistent, they’ll shove a foot in the door and just keep pressing.
They’re like a pots and pans salesman or a concerned witness worried about the fate of your soul.
You must admit, you have to admire their compassion.
What was I to do? I felt bad the moment I saw them, and I knew, without a doubt, I’d feel even worse if I let them in.
Then I remembered the perfect cure. I’ve dealt with these scoundrels before.
In fact, I thought, I’ll get even for the last time I listened to their pitch. I smiled an evil grin.
I reached deep inside, grabbing the strongest weapon I have.
I sent them love, the biggest blast I could.
I knew if I sent them love, they would have to go away.
They can’t stand the sound, it has too high of a pitch, when they hear it, they leave.
I said goodbye and closed the door.
Sending retaliatory love is always the sweetest revenge.