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A Fabulous Fable

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A Fabulous Fable

What could it be which would enable

Me to bring an end to my fabulous fable

In some form by me I only seldom do:

Where could there possibly be a clue?

Searched here and there with despair

Ended up throwing my hands in the air:

New show has been cancelled someone said

Next thing you know they found me dead.

From a rope did see my body dangle;

Why would anyone try to strangle

Themselves on notice which was short;

Gave it out but never gained any support.

An autopsy it proved myself, I did kill

And while now high in heaven I will

As I look back remember all of those

Who really wanted to be Russell Crowe's.

Handsome I no longer was anymore

And what was my life worth living for?

Now no longer am part of the gang?

So one day myself in bedroom did hang.

James Thomas Horn

Retired Veteran

Trying to understand Robin Williams.

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