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Fools rush in,

fools fall in love,

a ship of them.


Just a fool,

the Court fool

can't be

fooled again.


Fool is a funny

word that fools me

like a bag full

of air and tomfoolerie.






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Diamond_Wills_New_War's picture

You're a fool, you're a fool,

You're a fool, you're a fool, you're fool-- Lynyrd Skynyrd
Nice write

Long days and pleasant nights


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Tarot Foolerie

So many great references to the word...thanks for the addition and the read "You just a fool, you know you in love..." Ike and Tina Turner & "I pity the fool" - Mr. T ~hugz, Lady A

Lady A


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Fool comes from a latin word

Fool comes from a latin word meaning a sak or a space full of air. Thanks for initiating my looking up the etymology after first reading this. Cute write. Short and sweet.


I usually think of a jester.


...and he asked her, "do you write poetry? Because I feel as if I am the ink that flows from your quill."

"No", she replied, "but I have experienced it. "


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Space Full Of Air

yeah, that's a fool alright. Missing u. - slc

Lady A


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Sounds like you had a lot of

Sounds like you had a lot of fun

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A Bit O Tomasina Foolery

It was fun to write indeed - slc


Lady A