An ambiguity is a funny truism,
in that its deconvolution is eloquently unknowable.
Just study this: What lives on pablum,
can't smell color, evades horizons,
could win a plurality of the unpopular votes,
and according to a spy on Earth,
you usually see it playing baseball with real orioles?
And by the way, when is an enigma not enigmatic?
When it's a riddle.
-- Glenn R. Frantz
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