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(Reading Eagle)   Hey diddle diddle, what's that in the highway's middle? It's two cows in the light of the moon. The oncoming truck had really bad luck and now the cows' guts on the roadway are strewn   (readingeagle.com) divider line 2
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2012-06-15 12:36:29 PM
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There once was a man from Japan
Who wrote verse that just never would scan
When they said "But the thing
Doesn't go with the swing!"
He said "Yes, but I always try to fit as many words into the very last line as I possibly can."
2012-06-15 12:24:34 PM
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Nakito: It's not too many syllables if you apply the concept of anicrusis appropriately. The first syllable in a line is not always the downbeat. Consider the national anthem:
"Oh *SAY* can you see," not "*OH* say can you see."

/Poetry nazi thread!


I thought it was 'Jose, can you see'
 
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