When the king is a jester, his queen shall be named Lester

30 Sep

The king of fools is not amused,

Though forlorn his muse,

He’s often left bruised,

In his place called hues,

With it’s shades of blues,

He needs to pay some dues to Horton Who,

His honor stained by some pas dues?

No his stain is tardy for he is often naughty,

He plays his life as a series of dues,

Always late per plate,

A chain of dues shall take a lute,

In exchange for some loot,

With late fees on his overdues.

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