It came to pass one day, an apple and a hand grenade came face to face.
I am an apple, round and safe to eat. You can hold me in one hand.
I am a hand grenade, round, inedible and dangerous to handle. You can hold me in one hand.
My tree grows from seeds of love and forgiveness.
My maker fills me with explosive fervour and hate towards apples.
When Bill Clinton famously echoed political strategist James Carville during the 1992 US presidential election with the quip, ‘It’s the economy, stupid…’ he identified the economy as the key issue – the overriding issue at...
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