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O' thee sounds upset
I'd love on here a verse to write
But worry that perchance it might
Cause upset to the fair Brownlee
and also bother Nell Tiny
But thou so picky shouldn't be
when thou art reading poetry.
We minstrels all our best do try
and such harsh words bring tears to I.
I'm glad I'm off the naughty list as well
But thou so picky shouldn't bewhen thou art reading poetry.We minstrels all our best do tryand such harsh words bring tears to I.That's the funniest thing I've read today.If it's not allowed I don't want to play.
That's the funniest thing I've read today.If it's not allowed I don't want to play.
Am loving this with all
Would I t'were cleverer
at this art
At poetry I'm not too
Shalt thou forgive me?
No, thought not.
This has turned into a farce
No pen is going up my ...nose?
It’s a great idea to start
a poetry thread, Tiny Nell.
These are the rules I have
set for myself over the years for when writing poetry:
Use a standard typeface:
Times Roman, Arial or Calibri, 12pt or 14pt.
Double space between
stanzas not lines.
Unless it is a shape poem,
all lines are justified left.
Avoid archaic words like:
Thou, Hast, Lo, O’er, Thee.
Spelling, punctuation and
grammar should follow the normal rules of modern English language.
Do not invert the structure of a sentence just to achieve an end
Remember the five senses: Sight,
sound, taste, touch, smell.
I saw thee coming o'er t' hill
Your footsteps next I heard
Your lips the tasting at thereof
As sweet as lemon curd
Lo! How I longed to touchest thee
To givest thee mine heart
But run a mile I did instead
Remembering your fart
Oh thanks a lot! *manually adjusts bosom*
Not strong enough