Wikipedia Poem, No. 242


“Nature always give us happier laws than those we give ourselves.” Montaigne


who reread quickly
who piped in prickly
who kicked chameleon

who directed tumors
who stayed on schooners
who clammed ruddy rumors

who pianoed serious
who coughed unwell
who spelled delirious

who mixed minorities
who concerned authorities
who sinewed condolences

who fought fake
who rubied cake
who codgered snakes

what punched hilarity
what bold plurality
who victimized polarity

who spread squid ink
who showed the globe
whose byes dynasthai and dyes the bone


for Nate

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