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Selfish Shellfish Steven Curtis Lance


The selfish seem like shellfish Though crabs could be unselfish, For all I know down below, Scuttling sideways all their days Crustily misunderstood.


Crabs would do the good they could Or should anyway I say They probably do but who I mean are mean and never Seem vulnerable ever,


Who armored one to a shell Do no good though they do well.


Detail from “Spirit of the Universe”, oil on canvas by Ednah Laurel Nim


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