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Twas Hillig, but the Limey Gove Did whine and witter in the Brext. All Szyddly was the Orban cove And Grabberwock out-Mexed. “Beware the Grabberwock, my dear, The salesman’s talk, the dubious thatch. Beware his leakiwick, and fear His groomious undersnatch.” She took her righteous sword in hand. Her people cried “Deplore, deplore!” So rested she by the Dumdum tree— And thought “deplore” some more. And as in huffish thought she stood, The Grabberwock, with hair aflame, Came breitling through the barty wood, And goebbelled as it came. One, two! One, two! And through and through His virtual blade went twitter-twat. She got more voters, but he was POTUS, And that, dear friends, was that. “See, I have slain the Hillinast! The presidency’s now my toy. Oh priebous day! Steve Bannon may Hire Sessions, good ol’ boy.” ’Tis chillig, for the hydrogeoles Now rattle loudly in the Jong. All kneely are the sportiproles – And Trump’s gone on too long. Rob Whitford Notes: 1. Needless to say, this is a parody of “Jabberwocky”, by Lewis Carroll 2. The first “Grabberwocky” was a much better poem—a “Jabberwocky” parody written in 1939 ( Thanks to this for general inspiration, the title and the sadly still relevant verb “to goebbel”. 3. This is Grabberwocky-2a, because it is an amended and updated version of Grabberwocky-2, also on this site, which dates from late 2016. The amendments are in last couple of stanzas. 4. Regarding the slightly nerdy line 3, Beata Szydlo and Viktor Orban are the conservative nationalist Prime Ministers of Poland and Hungary respectively.....
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