Tuesday, February 1, 2011


There once was a man named Witty
With oodles of imagination in his kitty
He gazed at the world with different sensitivity
And invariably found humor in the nitty-gritty

Extracting an unforced chuckle was his creativity
Analogies and metaphors made him sit pretty
His mind soared over the seeming simplicity
Finding unexpected patterns with unwavering acuity

Puns and alliterations ascended banality
Similies and oxymorons generated vitality
But delusions of grandeur reduced humility
With a progressive reduction in civility

Ambition, condescension, and unneeded complexity
Caused his audience to slowly lose synchronicity
Painful contemplation resulted in much-needed lucidity
That absurdity needs reality for human connectivity

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