To Drive A Corollary – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Photo: found on – a 4×4 ute

“Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute.” Josh Billings

To Drive A Corollary

If a corollary were a car
I wonder what form it could take,
a family sedan might be a little ordinary,
a van or light truck too spacious,
though that might be the point,
a smart car is a small agenda,
and a station wagon too mixed,
maybe a it's a four wheel drive ute,
it is after all a utility,
even when it gets stuck it
can be freed to drive on.
Not everyone has one,
yet everyone does,
no matter the social geography,
there's always somebody
trying to drive a corollary 
through your unloaded comment.

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