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Time To Bust The Dust Or Make A Fuss?

I was on my way out the door, when something caught my eye. I did a double take. I peered closer. There, hanging out beneath my bookshelf, was dust. My excavation turned up not just a little, but a lot. I had a new career as a dust archaeologist. I had a choice–bust the dust or make a fuss. In the recent past, I have busted the dust, but dust is a repeat visitor,  hanging out, growing exponentially.  Is that true for dusters everywhere? If not, this could be the start of something lucrative. I could open a museum. If you would like to donate to my collection, please contact me privately.


I am a rather obscure 14th C. poet, whose work has been translated into over thirty dialects of gibberish. I now spend my days translating from the gibberish into English and back again, as need be.

One thought on “Time To Bust The Dust Or Make A Fuss?

  1. OoooHow many layers to dig through ? any critters crawling in the dust? Any cluster of spider webs? Any discovery by the archaeologist? How many layers for the arch. dig?


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