Robert Edgar Burns
Incongruity - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
Being unable to exist or work
in congenial combination.
in between what might be expected
and what actually occurs.
the quality of disagreeing.
being unsuitable and inappropriate,
I can tell you are are all glad
You understand incongruity!
Didactic is the art of....
Oh, never mind!
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