The fool who wore the king's crown

The fool who wore the

king's crown


By A.R.T


There once was fool in the court,

However the king's expectations fell short.

And he so had the fool fired,

However The king's crown the fool acquired.


For a fortnight strait,

The fool wore the crown with delight.

Until the king found the fool,

Who was wearing his great jewel.


The fool then cracked a joke,

That the king was a foolish bloke.

so then the king made the fool croak,

And  the fool no longer spoke.



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