There's always two sides to anyone character
It wasn't anybody's concern
Absolutely not, how
Generous he was or how wary
How divided others were now.
They said of his moods he's testy
His manner tried and robust
His eyes are gaudy yet slinky,
Their nebulous is of the darkest.
But some found him just a delight
Those that weren't news worthy libel
Saw him a capturing blight.
Who'd never buckle in under a fight?
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