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Truisms for Car Mechanics | A Poem by Daniel Klawitter

There is virtue in being plain spoken.
Reliable and not a bigot.
And if the car ain’t broken —
It’s undeniable you shouldn’t fix it.
So don’t charge for needless labor —
When already I am nervous.
My vehicle was driving fine —
until I took it to you for service.

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