Krazy Karma - Poem by Sonny Rainshine
Inside the nested Chinese box
a spinning spider spun.
Beside the spider lay
a nest of serpents and
another nested Chinese box.
Next to the nest of serpents,
the spider ceased to spin.
Fearing the spider-eating serpents
nesting near, he hid inside
the nesting Chinese box,
inside which housed another nesting Chinese box,
and a spider-eating serpent.
…and so it goes.
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