Behold The Blithe Oracle By David Hart - Poem by David Hart
Behold the Blithe Oracle by David Hart
Behold the fearnaught
From a merry mirador
Shunning any veneration
Dancing under resolute
Faineance and quiescence
The cowl of the
landscape yields delitescent
Kilkenny cats tango their bane on
a rumbling, bubbling,
et nos mutamur
The merry trenchant
oracle mambos on
in a state
in an airy arena.
vocabulary: rhathymia- light hearted; transmogrify- to change into different
shapes; bane-something that destroys life; kilkenny cats- people who fight to
the end; polyhistor-a person of wide or great learning; rumbustiously- wildly;
fearnaught-fearless; mirador- an enclosed balcony or turret;
tempora etc. -L. 'the times are changed and we are changed in them'
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