The Silly Song Seagulls

                           Silly saucy seagulls sing as they scale the summer sky,

They screech and scream their simple song both stupid and insane,

But is there something sentient said in the silly song they sing,

A message sent from a stalwart saint either sacred or profane,

A science sung by a subtle sage in a secret code,

A soliloquy of words unknown given us to ascertain,

A searching spirit seeking safety solitude and such,

That something sought and something found on an esoteric plain,

A solo sung or a chorus sang in sweet similitude,

With words of wonder clear and strong with something wise in each refrain,

Now if you submit there’s something said in the silly song they sing,

You are a sorry sight with a simple soul and you do not have a brain.

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