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Wikipedia Poem, No. 355


“O Pyrrho, O aged Pyrrho, … how didst thou loose / The bonds of trickery and specious craft?” Timon of Phlius

birds of order decline 
        of free markets 
with investment policies 
        these include 
produce more effectively producing 

        in some cases 
social-capital exists         
sexts and spreads its legs
        in essence  

and vultures variously 
        formed of 
capital accumulation 
        regurgitate historians 
of the role of governing
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