SUS SCROFA DICTUM
Thus, illegal to pen & slop a pig caught in the wild.
Ergo, its swine descended.
Notwithstanding the feral begot the tame begot
Wherefore, A pig is a pig is a pig.
Ad coelom, Its odor is evidence of keeping.
Ipso facto: the hoofprint or shadow thereof.
However, Can you even tell the difference?
Pig A has tusks. Pig B is pink.
Henceforth: Take. Eat.
Toward: The eradication of invasive species.
Moreover, The pastoral is not a state of mind, but a mind of the state.
Ex parte: Send us into the swine, that we enter into them.
Or: Who is keeping whom?
By the by, Pigs will eat anything. Even pigs.
Likewise: The sow, her half-feral bastard.
Thereafter: A pig is.
Still & all, a tabula rasa.
Furthermore, again, accordingly.
After reading about Michigan's illegal species act, I became consumed with latinate adverbs used in legal documents for a few days. A friend of mine debated me one day about the use of adverbs at all. When he told me never to use them, I had to write a poem based around them.