Reductio ad Absurdum

Lost in Seuss

A man walked into a poem by Dr. Seuss
and found the experience startlingly abstruse.
“What a [nonsense word redacted],” did he deduce,
when faced with a [nonsense word redacted] on the loose.
He then [nonsense word redacted] and [nonsense word redacted]
until [nonsense word redacted], but not before [nonsense word redacted].
In truth, the whole unsettling affair would reduce
even the best of men to years of drug abuse…
and, in this case, it certainly did.

© 2014 Tony Vicory.

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