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October 8, 2006
9:53 AM
rogue epigrammarian

Adjéctive compliments, pronoun, for thee
Pronoun has plenty in his noun of words;
And though my nouns are not entirely free,
Thy noun itself is my desired reward.

How 'dverbally verb I yet for your nouns;
How much I verb and verb those nouns to verb!
If it were not for thy possessive nouns,
I'd sooner verb thee in the verbing curb.

Alas, pronoun noun is not to be,
And, though great nouns and nouns may come to pass,
Pronoun must admit: adjéctive, he,
Regrets not verbing pronoun in the noun.

The noun is adjective, the noun is late,
And so, the pronoun will now verbiate.