W i s d o m


"Heed my words for I am wise,"
bleats a sheep in fox disguise.
Fox, that master of all wiles,
Winks an eye and slyly smiles,
knowing well, there is down deep
inside most foxes, silly sheep.
Then contemplates the paradox:
Inside some sheep there dwells a fox.

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