The Jester I Am

Poem By James Greene

Sitting here in laughter,
Smiling as I jest.
The foolishness I show to you,
Is how you all know me best.

So smile, don't be tense
Have fun, never pout,
Crown your hearts with mirth
That's what I'm all about.


(March 4 2007)

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