A Hard Nut To Crack - Poem by Arthur Knackmus
How can somebody
know or be a nobody?
Cause the nobody to some isn't anybody.
But the nobody exists having a body
If a body is nobody
but still is alive of all things
The alive thing has to be something.
because the thing can't be nothing.
So we couldn't say nobody isn't anything.
Would it be correct to say nobody has a body?
Would it be correct to say nobody is also nothing?
But then Mr. nobody has a body.
The body has to be something
So how can an alive someone be nobody?
If nobody has a body
That nobody is surely some thing.
Even if he is a nobody
That nobody likes for anything
And is also liked for nothing by nobody.
Nobody is a Nobody
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