A Fool - Poem by Robin Bowmer
am a fool
I know not maths I am a fool
I am of a type in solid ice
I know not English I am a fool
I am a candle been put out
I know not science or the know-how of my make up.
I am a fool
I know nothing am I a fool?
I am Atlantis
I was sunk by the wave’s of competition and incompetence
My cataclysm was my lack of education
My life involves as littlie of my past as possible
I have learned many things through life and it is a piece of conversation.
As thought like a fool so I must be but am I?
Or is the Teacher the fool and not me?
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