Below is the poem entitled Mardi Gras Fountain which was written by poet
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Well just how far back do you want me to go?
And how much "crazy" do you need to know?
Looking back I recall, scared in my shoes
My innocent prank made FRONT PAGE NEWS!
New Orleans Fountain I shall never forget
When I poured a box of Tide in it!
It's smaller than a pond, bigger than a pool
Knew it would "bubble" look real KQQL
As the cars drove down Lakeshore Drive
The windshields were filled up to their eyes
with bursting bubbles in windows rolled down
They covered the Lakefront blew all over town!
I suppose that's the most famous thing I have done!
To the Mardi Gras Fountain from which I did run.
Paper said, "cost millions", much more than I had
But I'm Proud to say ......I invented this fad!
PS- don't tell. . . . .