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  1. Frank E Gibbard

    Kate Middleton a clerihew poem

    Royal, Kate Middleton Stripped to catch some sun. Neglectful, she forgot to hide As her crown assets slipped outside.
  2. Frank E Gibbard

    A Bohemian Rhapsody (parody)

    (with inspiration and borrowed elements from the great group "Queen") Life may be a rhapsody Dips into darkest tragedy Ascends to upbeat melody That’s life Life may be a fandango A sweetest slice of mango Yet melodramatic as a tango That’s life Life can be bohemian Plebeian or rich as a Queen’s May be staid or in between That’s life Life may cast you Scaramouche Be judged by all a useless douche At least enjoy and be a louche That's life Life seen by Galileo in silhouetto Brought stars closer to his eye so Was by science thought magnifico As only he could
  3. Frank E Gibbard

    Winter (acrostic)

    We suddenly are chilled by cold In no time tin supplants the gold Nature’s clock rings a rude alarm The bumps pimple my naked arm Exposure to our sun-fled open air Requires us donning winter-wear
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