Mefistophales - Poem by Morgan Michaels
'I am He (said he)
who always denies.
Wheresoe'er I go, disaster multiplies:
I 'just say nay' advise-
Safe, but impractical
'Nay', said his feathered other,
(the word tasting sour in his mouth)
'I say compromise,
and 'yay', advise;
that, where you go, disaster dies-
Silly, but workable.
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