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There was a young man lived in Dover
And he was the son of a rover
He fell into the sea
Cause clumsy was he
A shark came and it was all over.
Beneath the sentient stars an angel glides her colored veil
Through clouds of white and skies of blue, Selassie’s Haile
Puts stardust in her blue
And gusts of winds imbue
As yesterday the moon was lit by heaven’s door, profuse
Meanwhile in the thick of night, an alley shakes his ground
As derelict sleeps cold, betwixt concrete n’ footfall sound
A breath, slough fire
Gets readied to expire
The moment enters him, like billows of an angel’s mound
Morning rises, defacing night, with her audacious light
He shuts his eyes, rising up to meet her beauty, in thin flight
She draws him near
With a vagabond tear
The white washed walls of conscience clear, it’s finally right
The change is subtle like the first sign of winter’s frost- bite
Yet, there is one less wanderer searching for a bed of quiet
Up there he can sleep
Like a rich man’s sheep
Fleeced in white clouds, he finds her waiting, in the twilight.
November 12, 2013
I dingle the dongle with Dan
and ningle another with Nan.
But what should I do,
when courting sweet Sue?
I hope to get hitched, if I can.
No more do I dingle with Dan,
nor nangle a ningle with Nan.
So may I meet you
and talk it all through,
since Sue’s on a jet – to Japan!
For Nathan's 'Alliteration' Competition.
Taking sides in discussions holily
About whether Uran used his willy
Means you're trapped in their game -
Either side is the same:
Cock distracts, cash departs, crowd stays silly.
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