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Tern For The Verse: A Pun Game

By Edwardjbradleysr  (booksie.com)

Dedication-#1: Annie Legend, whose surname, if pronounced "En francais" would rhyme with the word "entendre" when properly pronounced "En francais, aussi!". (aussi = another double entendre.) Dedication-#2: Someone, known only to myself, who may celebrate their 30th birthday during the month...

Poetry | Updated Jan 14, 2008 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 9 | Likes: 23
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Saint Patrick Meets Clancy.

By Edwardjbradleysr  (booksie.com)

Most probably and in my opinion, the best written verse in the English language is the opening verse of "Clancy Lowers The Boom". Apparently written by Johnny Lange and Hy Heath in 1948 or before?. Only 1 verse is presented. Readers are welcomed to add their own. No profanity please. Keep a...

Poetry | Updated Mar 12, 2007 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 11 | Likes: 22
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Common Use Of English In America

By Edwardjbradleysr  (booksie.com)

American talk-show host, actor and avid liberal intellectual, Dick Cavett, returned to the public spotlight by writing Op.Ed colums for the N.Y. Times. This was his first published submission. To date, February 24, 2007, there have been 746 blog entries in response to it. Some are quite...

Short Story | Updated Feb 25, 2007 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 20
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