Author: Gary Lehmann
Since frost itself can burn,
since a king can be his own fool,
since even a rodent thinks well of himself sometimes,
Doubt not that a man may fish with a worm today
that hath eaten of a rodent yesterday,
that was beloved of a king the day before.
For stranger things than even these
have passed for truth in this all-too-natural world.
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