The Man With The Golden Gun


There once was a man with a golden gun and he fired it every day.

He shot at a can, in the fold, as the sun shimmered brightly on his play.

Though old, he felt young when he fired that gun

but cold as sun set on all he'd thought won;

For a gun, although gold, is a gun nonetheless and the lesson it teaches is loss.



The End

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