Through hand unto page via pen, and then
Mistakes can't be erased
And methinks mightn't make them, again
But I do, and nonetheless
Ink makes things permanent, recorded
But not necessarily remembered
And I make mistakes, those pests, like
Rabbits make babies even though
They're on welfare, and they'll have to sell one,
Just to eat... Again.
Too bad I can't sell mistakes written out
By a fine black pen.
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