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A Bout And A Scuffle Between The Scholar Poet And His Foolish Son

The poet is calling himself a scholar
Keeping his son a fool,
Walking erect,
Strutting and walking on tip-toe
With a book intot he hands of his
For publication
But the son a loafer
Moving in the company of rowdies and idle-seekers.

And the poet repenting in his old age,
Why did he take to poetry-wtriting,
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: Art
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