At 12:10 PM 11/17/01 -0800, E. Shaun Russell wrote:
>Molloy has a penchant for rhyming,
>But he has to work on his timing;
>For when his rhythms are broken
>And his limericks are spoken,
>It seems that he should turn to miming.
Ack. For that to be a limerick, it'd have to run something like:
Molloy// has a pen//chant for rhyme,//
But he has// to work hard//er on time;//
'cause his rhyth//ms are broke//
when his lim'//ricks are spoke;//
he'd be bet//ter off turn//ing to mime.//
It's a simple enough stress scheme, fellers.
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