A House of Oxymorons

Some years ago, I lived in a house of oxymorons (oxymora): 

  1. I was a Council Worker.
  2. My wife was a Mature Student.
  3. Our lodger worked in Police Intelligence.

Happily, I am still an oxymoron, though I have been abandoned by my fellows.

One Response to A House of Oxymorons

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