Mother Nature never fails to lessen my fear of things.
As I wander through Central Park, she speaks to me through her many representatives.
The trees for instance, big and imposing, flirt like green gigolos.
“Hey girlfriend,” says a mighty Oak, “remember when I was naked? But look at me now!”
The Azalea bushes also tease, their pink heads bobbing in the breeze, while the dogwoods giggle like tipsy go-go girls.
And those wacky squirrels having sex right out in the open, proving spring fever is still in the air.
Sex, really? During a crisis?
They stop and look at me…yeah, what a better time, calling me a nut, and who knows more about nuts than they do.
When I think the Governor thought of closing the Park, I shudder.
Mother Nature, having a seat at the table must have said…
You know how much I like you Andrew, being so cute and all. When I think of that scrawny Pataki…oh, and that horny Spitzer, but I’ll get to the point. Don’t you even think about padlocking my door, or Albany will be courtin’ an avalanche. Ya hear me Andrew?
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