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colin_nielsen wrote:Okay: how about this one then.
This one's for our good ole prime minister Kevin Rudd. Here's a bit of backstory: he had a hissy fit because the air force plane he was flying didn't have the kind of food he wanted. He ended up threatening a stewardess and reducing her to tears.
Good ole Kevin
Became prime minister in 07
He's jolly in public when seen
but get him alone and he's angry and mean.
pheeweed wrote:I don't like having to say something in rhyme. Here's my poor attempt. Is this a forced rhyme or just bad grammar?
Is loved by the womens
Who shake their booties
Because he tells them they can be beauties
Symphonic wrote:And here’s my “famous person” attempt:
How many know him well?
His popular appeal would be quite narrow
If not for Bolero.
Kid Denver wrote:Albert Einstein
was not given to the wiles of white wine
But, he did like a cabernet sauvignon in the vacinity
when he was studying relativity
wanted to write about a goose
but he was stuck on a tram
and wrote about green eggs and ham
swfdoc1 wrote:OK, the first one is for someone who is famous AROUND HERE:
Jan Worgul Ackerson
Makes her Master Class lots of fun.
I really would tip my hat
If it weren’t for all those references to that darn cat.
And now for someone really famous :
William Henry Harrison
Believed in United States expansion.
But as President, Ol’ Tippecanoe
Died on day thrity-two.
Esther wrote:Big old Goliath
Was not quite a behemoth
David found a little rock
And gave him quite a nasty shock
Is there any rule about capitalizataion at the beginning of a line, even though it isn't a new sentence?
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