Dedrick Estiltaph

Dedrick Estiltaph
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Mr. Estiltaph wasn't available for comment due to a bad heart, so I, Axadreary Millafone, will fill in some details.

Dedrick was a poor boy, born without shoes on his feet. He wandered from town to town with a box on his head, like a robot might, if he were pretending to be man. One day, he encountered the spoken word, which came from, you guessed it, a mouth. He would have encountered the written word first, but, the box prohibited that from happening.

Needless to say either world of either word hasn't been the same since he discovered either one, and either will you, now. Happy hunting and I wish you the best of luck removing that ridiculous box from your head. more »

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Best Poem of Dedrick Estiltaph

Within Reason

Oh! and he jumps face first
into absinthe [proper stowing
means abscess
around the vowels],
a collection of pockets
unlike the short-pants
you went ignored.

The burned out
(reversed)
photo of the incident remains the same.
Calling it miracle would be silly,
we pull low-grade from its origin.
We leave it as an 'incident'
not mistaked for
'accident, '
which states it's probable.
We can't justify, nor trying to
would be blasphemy
we move on to better 'things, '
and things here shows
us nothing,
reveals something ...

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