My Book

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I think I’ll write a book someday.
I think I’ll write a book.
I have ideas and things to say.
I think I’ll write a book.

I’m going to read a book today.
I’m going to read a book.
A story with twists that blow my mind.
I’m going to read a book.

I just might write a book one day.
I just might write a book.
If “they” can do it, so can I.
I just might write a book.

I think I’ll buy a book today.
I think I’ll buy a book.
Some words to nudge my muse along.
I think I’ll buy a book.

I’m starting on my book today.
I’m starting on my book.
As soon as my spices are alphabetized,
I’m starting on my book.

How can I write a book today?
How can I write a book?
The phone will ring. The sun is out.
How can I write a book?

I read another book today.
I read another book.
The author lives just north of here.
I read another book.

I’ve got to start my book today.
I’ve got to start my book.
Procrastinating doesn’t pay.
I’ve got to start my book.

I’m working on my book right now.
I’m working on my book.
It feels so good to pour it out.
I’m working on my book.

My book is done at last today.
My book is done at last.
What will I do with my evenings now?
My book is done at last.

Strangers bought my book today.
Strangers bought my book.
My words are going home with them.
Strangers bought my book!

I guess I’ll write book two someday.
I guess I’ll write book two.
Once I think of more to say,
I guess I’ll write book two.

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