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I love the first sta'nza, Peter, but then It becomes a tongue twister crazy guess you have to be an actor to say those lines well.

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They'd be easier to say if they actually meant something!

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Last words: PAROLE/PART


A four time loser named Jackie Part
got out on parole to make a new start.
Though his intentions were good,
he was still a cheap hood,
And back in jail for not being very smart.



HUMID/HUNDRED


----please, draw me a sheep----
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The weather on race day was humid.
Old Sidney had ventured a few quid.
The pack swam, more than thund'réd
He collected eight hundred.
No one knows his sea horses like you, Sid.

ABRUPT/ABSOLUTION


I really need to get an abridged dictionary. On too many pages in the only dictionary I have (unabridged) the designated words are phrases, very technical terms, really obscure, too many syllables, or otherwise not worth much for this purpose.

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Albert rushed in for absolution
for his life of crime,sin,pollution.
He was very abrupt in what he had to say
no time to explain, details, nor pray.
"Drop dead", said God, "no collusion".


BAREFOOT/BATTERY

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----please, draw me a sheep----
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She was quiet and pale. "What's the matter?" he
Said (she was usually chattery.)
Her long limbs were bare;
Foot-long damp, curly hair.
"I'm done, Bob. I burned up the battery."

TOCSIN - TODDLER

Hello to all!

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"I don't know which is worse: ignorance or apathy. And, frankly, I don't care." - Anonymous
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Hello to all! olleH back! [blowing kiss e] Great to see ya, kid! smile

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It's good to be here.


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An alarm-ringer, also a doc's kin,
Found his kid used his bell to keep socks in.
He tanned the kid's hide.
As the toddler's eyes cried
He wailed, "Dad, it's my new anti-tocsin!"

OCTUPLET/OFF

Welcome: it's nice to have you beck!

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Originally Posted By: beck123


Hello to all!


Nice to see you laugh

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