Sunday, August 04, 2019

Pound's Whine-ter

A parody of Pound's parody of the Anglo-Saxon poem, "Cuckoo Song":
Pound's Whine-ter

Winter is a-coming in;
Ezra sings, "Cod-damn!"
Cats drop and dogs plop
By heaven's hellish ram.
Ezra sings, "Cod-damn!"

Skittish buss or sloppy buss,
They shiver quick his timber;
But limper sounds like limber.
Ezra whines, "Remember!"

"Cod-damn, cod-damn,"
Pound belts out, "Cod-damn!"
Against cold winter's bam.

Sing cod-damn, damn, sing cod-damn.
Sing cod-damn, sing cod-damn, damn!
Still needs work . . .



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