Epihuenium

Epihuenium talks from the side of his face,

As his mouth has usurped both his ears from their place

And the ears joined his nose with a radical’s rage,

And declared to the nose that a war must be waged

To dislodge Epihuenium’s misplaced maw

And return it around to the front of his jaw.

Down low to the ground is the poor creature’s tail,

And it swishes and swashes and chats with the snails

Of the follies of nose, left ear, right ear, and mouth,

As the sticky shelled people turn tail and go south

Which is fine with the beast, who dislikes trav’ling west;

Epihuenium fears to wake Sun at his rest.

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