Intelligent Discourse - Poem by gershon hepner
Can intelligent discourse,
when served with some lucidity,
throw riders from the headless horse
of ignorant stupidity?
I doubt it, it’s a heartbreak house
for tenants who’re condemned to serve
the people whom Carl Friedrich Gauss
might say were on the error curve.
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