Fools’ Bumbling

On ancient grounds tread modern feet
Of peasants, knaves and lords by other names.
River flows untroubled by men on the street
Unlike hearts of men torn by silly games.

Past and present indistinguishable
But by sound, hoofbeats to rumbling
Of wheels, the bruit considerable
All to advance fools’ bumbling.

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