For today’s prompt, write an explanation poem. Not sure if any explanation is needed, but your poem can explain whatever it must explain even if it does a bad job of explaining, as if that kind of explanation makes any sense. I don't need your explanations, just your poems!
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Here’s my attempt at an Explanation Poem:
Why do we have to argue
over whether the sky is blue?
I'd rather get down to
why we all see what we do.