A fool’s fool

A paleontologist looks at the Flint Hills and sees the Oceans of Kansas.

a fool sees not the same sea a wise man sees
a fool sees not the same sea a wise man sees

A fool’s fool.

Is it foolish
To praise folly?
A fool sees not
The same seas
A wise man sees.

I once knew a fool
Who sailed a ship.
He plowed the sea
And now had nothing to reap.

On a fool’s errand
Two fools meet.
If one fool can do
What another fool can.
If one fool follows another
Who’s the fool?

I once knew three fools:
(times 3, out loud, faster each time)

[So, one smart fool
He felt smart
Two smart fools
Both felt smart
But three smart fools
They all felt smart together.]

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