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day 111 - Kosse, TX - the Poet and the Brute - 3/11/05

the Poet stands, about to recite his poem:

Poet: ahem...."what I..."

Poet (with hesitation): "What I once thought to be a great crevasse was just a dirty hole..."

(the Brute takes action immdediately)

Brute: all right, that's enough of that!

(the Brute seizes the Poet and brings him to the floor. the Brute's knee upon the Poet's back)

Brute: listen here--you've just been placed under citizen's arrest...

Brute (to the Merchant): sir, please call upon the proper authorities...I shall detain this barbarian until they arrive...

Poet: UUUU-ARGHHH!

Merchant: we'll see him squirm!

Brute: there he goes now!

(the Poet squirms beneath the Brute's knee.)

(the Craftsman passes by)

Craftsman: I've seen him before--look at him go! like a fish! let me guess........"I thought it was a hole, but it was a ravine"!

Brute: keep to your path, sir...the proper authorities shall be here soon!

Brute (to the Poet): not your first offense, eh? you're done for now!... they'll send you to the HOOSEGOW!

(laughter)

Poet: I HAVE OTHER POEMS!

(laughter)

Brute: that's about enough of that, sir!

(with this, the Brute shoves a cloth into the Poet's mouth)

(minutes later, the police arrive)

Brute (removing the cloth): all right now! tell them what you told us!

Poet: ...."what I....what.........."

All (in unison): OUT WITH IT!!

Poet: "WHAT I ONCE THOUGHT TO BE A GREAT CREVASSE WAS JUST A DIRTY HOLE."

(laughter)

Brute: all right now, take this vile creature to his dungeon!

(the Poet is taken away)

*end*

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