The Human Body

April 25, 2010

She sat on the seat of the silver rimmed car and pondered the question of what she was made of. Never before did this thought pop into her pretty little head, but once it snuck it’s way in it was impossible to get out. She imagined her stomach being a swamp, with all the ugliest creatures she could imagine. Moving up her esophagus were trees like no one’s seen before, bigger and better than the rain forest, she thought. These trees exploded into her mouth, turning into little monsters that could be known as her taste buds. They told her to put weird things in her mouth which would get her made fun of, and probably in trouble with her mother.

She then decided to not ponder any longer, for she feared that she would figure out what her lady parts were made of. She didn’t want to know.

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