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TITLE: The Fool
By David Huckabay Jr
03/24/07
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A 12 yr old nephew of mine was playing cards and his behavoir inspired this poem. I read it to him and his family and they all had some fun with it, and it turned into a learning tool. Aside from that, please feel free to offer critical crititques for I desire to improve my writing. And no, I don't think my nephew is a fool, just he has some growing.
The Fool
By D.L. Huckabay Jr.

When he loses,
He accuses,
The others a cheat,
Even though it was not their feat.

Taking responsibility
Not his cup of tea.
Fault is not his to own,
Blame a trait well honed.

Brag is his thing,
To be better is his fling.
Humility to him not known,
Thinks his fame is renown.

He makes new rules,
When he looks like many fools.
To seek and save face,
Is his comfort and place.

To others who do ponder and see,
A fool is he paying a large fee.
No one else has been fooled,
Behavior seen in need of being tooled.

The only one who is fooled by name,
Is the fool whose tool is blame.
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