A Fools Fool - Poem by Timothy Branch
April fool? No we are not talking about that fool. A fools fool strives for relevance but often declines to dwell in utter irrelevance. A fools fool mind is reprobate or just left to that state because they choose to remain that way. A fools fool is always right they conjure foolishness that only fools deem as being right. Is April's first day necessary to play such? For in as much is played upon the unsuspecting, a fools fool do their best work on every other day fool. Please know a minstrel when you see it lest you be fooled. A fools fool is intent to hinder you from seeing and hearing what is correct. Defend yourself from such foolishness. Defend yourself against a fools fools' mess.
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