in a place of pride
in the pride of place
is our national language
mute and silent
wears a darker sheen
set against a shirt in brighter white
as if to differentiate
he is older
has the mustachio
and the requisite
not one but two pens
in his shirt pocket
a pencil or ruler or chalk
it is hard to tell
he is somewhat in the shadow
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