by Ed Robinson
Wherein this world is cold and sore
And words of pain can far abuse,
In union hide forevermore
The poet and his Quiet Muse.
Or so he thought his life would go
At first he mourned, then angry grew
Calliope would witness, see,
Apollo would be made to show,
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