Poetry Corner

I was very young when I first realized I had super-powers.

I can remain invisible for extended periods of time. Junior High, for example.

I can bend time and space so as to be alone in crowded rooms.

I have unbridled ability to alienate even the most steadfast of lovers.

I’ve never been anything but impervious to good advice.

In my classroom, I can fly right over the heads of students with no effort.

I can see through the folly of non-procrastination.

I can make money disappear.

Stan Lee wanted to put my life in four-color panels, but in the end said no one would believe it. He went with “Hellboy” instead.

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