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I took my father Out into the garden And banged my head Against the brick wall Three times While he was saying That the azaleas Were doing fine. When I banged my head again, He told me the grass Needed cutting And the fence Was too low. When I banged my head once more My father became concerned And asked me why I banged my head so. And I told him that this Was a metaphor For teaching him How to use a computer, And he said That I was just as crap At gardening as he was At computers And that even brick walls Have feelings.

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