Amar simply couldn’t survive, Making spreadsheets each day nine to five. From work so mundane, He resolved to abstain. So he quit and proceeded to thrive. Sometimes you gotta take a leap of faith.
With tangled cords, Kevin fought. (His earbuds were tied in a knot.) When his efforts failed, He screamed and he wailed, Becoming useless, and weak, and distraught.
There once was a drunken crab. A crow’s ale, he wanted to nab. With an angry caw, The bird ripped off his claw, And the crustacean was sent to rehab. Sometimes it takes an extreme incident to convince someone to get help.
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A sneaky vegetable thief, Is gobbling every leaf. I suspect, and I fear, It’s a ravenous deer, Filling my days up with grief. Sure. Those peas were totally for you. Help your freakin’ self.
That never-ending Zoom, Was filling Jo’s workday with gloom. She was filled with despair, Wondering why she was there, and dropped to avoid certain doom.
It’s hard to walk upright on your tail fins. Patience is appreciated. There once was a land roaming fish, Who smashed an old woman’s best dish. A responsible bloke, He replaced what he broke, Engraved with the lady’s name–Trish.
If health you wish to renew, You shouldn’t be eating fondue. It will taste so good, You’ll eat more than you should, And illness will shortly accrue.
There once was a paranoid chicken. Conspiracies made his heart quicken. Though the goats and the swine, Told him things were fine, He spent the rest of his life panic-stricken.