Horse Sense

By James Starkey III

Mr. Ed, My Educator in Logic

“A horse is but a horse” as logic rules–
Thus, even if he something has to say,
He cannot talk in having not the tools,
Nor wishes he to waste the time of day;
“A horse cannot be both a horse and not”–
Thus, never can he be a paradox,
Or filly with a billy goat begot,
If in his ear he humped be by a fox;
“A horse is but a horse or not a horse”–
Thus, can he not to greener pastures fly,
Or turn a unicorn from horse remorse,
And m*sturbate to masters in the sky.
The axioms of logic none can balk–
Except the ass whose assh*le loves to talk.

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