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COME AN ‘AVE A CHANT IF YER THINK YER BARD ENOUGH!

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 The Referee’s a TANKA!

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3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 It’s all gone quiet over verbs!

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5 Leave a comment on verse 5 0 Same ode palindrome, always boring!

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7 Leave a comment on verse 7 0 METAPHOR GRAMMAR NIL! HALLELOOOOOOYAH!

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9 Leave a comment on verse 9 0 Our noun’s bigger than your noun!

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11 Leave a comment on verse 11 0 Got one verb, you’ve only got one verb, got one verb, you’ve only got one verb!

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13 Leave a comment on verse 13 0 Are you Haiku are you Haiku are you Haiku in disguise? (in disguise), are you Haiku in disguise!

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15 Leave a comment on verse 15 0 You’re gonna get your Kennings words inked in!

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17 Leave a comment on verse 17 0 You’re a ballad
You’re a ballad
You’re a ballad Referee
You’re Acrostic
You’re Acrostic
You’re Acrostic Referee!

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19 Leave a comment on verse 19 0 Can we Clerihew?
Can we Clerihew?
Can we Clerihew every week, every week?
Can we Clerihew every week?

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21 Leave a comment on verse 21 0 Small noun in a Limerick
You’re just a small noun in a Limerick
Small noun in a Limerick
You’re just a small noun in a Limerick!

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23 Leave a comment on verse 23 0 Come an ‘ave a chant if yer think yer Bard enough!”

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25 Leave a comment on verse 25 0 “You’re not rhyming you’re not rhyming you’re not rhyming metaphor (metaphor) you’re not rhyming Metaphor!”

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27 Leave a comment on verse 27 0 “You’re gonna get you cinquain verse kicked in!”

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29 Leave a comment on verse 29 0 “Get your quills out get your quills out get your quills out and your pads (and your pads) get your quills out and your pads!”

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31 Leave a comment on verse 31 0 Same old Byron always rhyming!

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33 Leave a comment on verse 33 0 Stand up for the Consonance!
Stand up for the Consonance!
Stand up for the Consonance!
Stand up for the Consonance!
Stand up for the Consonance!

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35 Leave a comment on verse 35 0 You’re a Canto!
You’re a Canto!
You’re a Canto Referee!
You’re a Canto!
You’re a Canto!
You’re a Canto Referee!

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37 Leave a comment on verse 37 0 One Villanelle
There’s only one Villanelle
One Villanelle
There’s only one Villanelle!

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