Poem on Fedora

I shall tell you about Fedora next,

Nothing there was constant, valley or the crest.

I stood there, in a narrow lane,

At one point experiencing sun, snow and rain.

Illusional, I could call the city

Or delusional, myself.

 

Then I happened to meet the globes,

Alone in an empty room, through their lens.

The city veiled in mystery, started to make sense,

A finicky, aged prince, who altered,

Very frequently his long robes,

Every change being painted and framed.

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