Dabbling In Paradox - Poem by gershon hepner
Dabbling in paradox, Tom Stoppard said,
puts you in danger of great wit that is fortuitous.
It’s similar to trying in your bed
to fool around instead of having coitus.
Inspired by a line in Stoppard’s play Arcadia, cited in my poem on Byron called “Pubic Hair”:
Do not dabble in paradox: it puts you in danger of fortuitous wit.
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