Ah Foolish Me!

 "Threepiphany"

I remember seeing this poem, and given my fleeting attention span, did not give it its due by bringing it to you.  While the language of the poem is a complex game, its a game I like, for this poem.  I don't think one could produce an opus of such things--but a few here and there help to lighten up the day.  While, as Jeff pointed out, there is a strong Ulyssean reference, my favorite verse:



A fogey
dares cymricize non-mabinogi
while teardrops round wasting Mac Cool
pool.

Love it!

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