What’s the definition of “junk,” Mr. Edison?
You know one person’s junk is another person’s treasure.
Art can be formed from junk or junk can pile up in a kitchen drawer.
Junk can live in a city dump or in the dark recesses of a basement.
Dust can be covered by junk or junk can be covered by dust.
Junk can be in the trunk or anywhere else it wants to be.
But what exactly is junk?
Is it metal or plastic? Singular or multiple? Old or new?
I’m trying not to rhyme here, but does anyone have a clue?
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