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The Little Black Box — Still a Mystery —

The little black box — still unloved,
Lay on the park bench, sad and
looking slightly worse for wear

Then someone came along and sat on the bench
alongside it!
It felt a nudge — movement at last!
Then it was picked up and taken away somewhere.
Later to be examined, dusted, shaken, rattled,
then carefully put down!

It seemed the little black box
had found someone interested —
an owner maybe

After it was made to look like new,
It found itself, bright and shining,
in the window of a jewellery shop!
It lay there, in comfort -"Not for Sale" -
But to catch the imagination of passing shoppers ----
it did the trick — and the owner, rich now, retired —
taking the little black box with him

Time went by — the little black box became
a talking point all round the world!
The secret of it all, though —
has never been revealed !!!

Perhaps it's just a well — ---

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