Gene Moutoux's Poetry

Much Ado . . .

The prudent

and prolific

eremites,

whose vices

numbered only

taciturnity

and a propensity

for vacillation,

Were surreptitiously

denounced

and vilified

by truculent

soothsayers,

adamant purveyors

of redundant

vituperation.

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