First fortnight. Hmm. I wonder if the first syllable of "fortnight" comes from the first five letters of "fourteen"?
Maureen Thorson’s NaPoWriMo prompt: "Because it’s Friday, let’s keep it light and silly today, with a clerihew. This is a four line poem biographical poem that satirizes a famous person."
Robert Lee Brewer’s Poem-a-Day prompt: "For today’s prompt, pick a popular saying and make that the title of your poem; then, write your poem. Some possible titles might include: 'Blood Is Thicker Than Water,' 'You Can’t Judge a Book By Its Cover,' 'More Than You Can Shake a Stick At,' and so many others."
Here we go. It's not really funny, as clerihews go, but then these are not fun times.
Easy as Pie
It's probably no surprise that Alan also wrote a Trump clerihew. He has a "popular saying" for the title and also includes a saying in his final line. I do too, actually, above
"Making" America? Great
Okay, here's another clerihew. I'll be here all week, folks. ヅ
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Ingat, everyone. ヅ
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