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A Magistrates' Paradox
by Marvin Eli Kirsh
Saturday, August 07, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Does one need a case to present on the judgement day

      Innocence before guilt

       or instead of trial?

or is just a box  good  enough?

             if everyone's at the same trial.

 

"If you  wanted to state your case"

         "I'm all ears"  I could of sworn I'd seen you carrrying it

 the whole time."

 "too late plead the fifth"

"your nose must had been so long

            you didnt see me"

 "Another word  and I'll append it to a new amendment

     Numerically adapted to your case."

 

        "We're all made of the same cranks and gears  -

               what counts,

                    not the machine they run over years "  

             "but A better ribbing for the evening might had been had

                had the sun rise  west to east

                so the shadow of your nose

                     doesnt ever brood

                          in my ears"

 

     Consulate

         postulate

           A seventh generation rocket

      Suppose

       propose

          an engineers'  inference

             naval button

                  conjecturifications

       invention detention

             and restoration

               of the past

    I assume

              'ad a thinkers' tinkered  elastic tensor penciled

       on the face

               atried  etch a 

             better description

             of all this

             unsettling agitation

              of the arms race of the human race

 

 

   "Seeing is believing

    only if anyone saw."

 

     Recalcification

        reevaporation

    Deprevation

       inalienable disenumerification

            amodernification  of

                 the trolley tracking

trolleys' rail directionilations' calculations 

    where'd a terror

         jail

          the  four walls

       where they printed the bail

             funds

               runs

 

Tractors chiro

a practitioners'

     squandered gyro

Beaming refusifications

    A tractor beaming guide device

        of light devise  

A racquet in Nome

   a square foot of consciousness

     endeavors

right angles

    braces

     a blundered thundering

in sun yun moons'

     sensitive hearing

tracks and traces

Trailblaises

 

A ghost fond of scaring

       a fire out in

     Oleary's chicago staged

           cow barn hearing

Needs abrake his

     roaring occultification

endocrinations

    of the populaces'

     lesser

lessened

 lessoned

        olfactinations

 

   Said so

       whered it all

should had stopped

      afore  the barn's

            four walls

 

And no one 'ad ever heard

   a ghost

      witness a fire

        now out

 

   Look west and see

     where'd the east had protruded 

In my face.

 

Seeing is believing 

 A shadow's

      only a maleable fact

          machine

 

Always been what is

      A walled  box

                    and invisible  case.

  

Marvin E. Kirsh                      

     

       

 

          

                             

   

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Walt Hardester 8/9/2010
Very cute.....This could have been written by any number of politicians or lawyers. I't just confusing enough..

Walt



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