Friday Poem
© 19 Dec 2014 Luther Tychonievich
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Friday Poem

Lumps in powders, but not all.


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The ways of powders have me stumped.
My powdered milk will cake and clump;
  My salt will clump as well.
I sometimes find a pepper ball;
Of sugar, cheese, and others all
  I’ve lumpy tales to tell.
Yes cinnamon, however old
Though dry or wet, though hot or cold
Will never other granules hold
  But as a powder dwell.

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