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The gov'ment gave us a tax
They said t'was mere a pax
In their inimical way
They said we're better off gay
So said a battle weary axel.


Gosh! If I don't know the meaning of what I wrote...who does? Must have been the wine. blush

... et laissez les bon temps roullez!

BE - BATTLE AXE

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If you fixin' right now to do battle,
Ax me if dem is my cattle.
Den you will see
Me say, "Yep, dem all be,
an' keep yo' damn' hands off my chattel."

LAMELLA - LANCELOT


"I don't know which is worse: ignorance or apathy. And, frankly, I don't care." - Anonymous
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I feel very insecure without my avatar. Somebody please msg me and tell me what I'm doing wrong (with the avatar, for now.)


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Insecure? Sure thing, Beck, and a raging bull in full rut is insecure too.
Anyone who can wax poetically...

Whether Congolese, German, Caucasian,
African, Spanish, or Asian,
Every soul should aspire
to live life on fire,
As though we were, each of us, Cajun!

et laissez les bon temps roullez!


...is -poetically speaking- a genius.

Five stars: * * * * *

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Sir Lancelot liked to romance a lot
But Sir Lancelot didn't like to dance a lot
Then when Guinevere (whose real name was Lamella)
Did the dirty minuette with another nice knight fella
Sir Lancelot begin dancing and dancing...every chance he got.

SERVICE - SESQUIPEDALIAN*

*Edited to correct spelling (What? You think it easy to spell sesquipedalian?)

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(I had a great one for this until I double-checked the actual meaning of sesquipedalian...)

A former young sailor named Jervis
Left his friends behind, back in the service.
Built sesquipedalian,
He thought himself alien,
And his paramours now all seemed nervous.

GRID - GRINDSTONE

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So many had nice things to say,
That my head grew with each passing day!
Now it won't fit the frame
But still, all the same
I'd like to say, "Thanks," my own way.

AFB

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Well now we've gone and done it
Beck is on the grid
No more sloppy limericks
Grindstone prose and Teutonic id.

smile


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Too bad this small fame isn't portable
(Nor poetry lessons affordable.)
My constrained popularity
Should be viewed with hilarity:
I assure you it isn't supportable.

RUSH - RUSTY


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RUSH-RUSTY

I don't think no more I just listen to Rush
I don't drink no more I'm a dittohead lush
My brain has gotten rusty
But whom else can I trusty
My liberalish friends speak gibberish and mush.

laugh

CRINKLE-CRANKLE -- CRITIQUE

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