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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Write in the HUMOR genre (04/12/07)

TITLE: Doctor Diddle
By Arnost Vevoda
04/13/07


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Doctor Diddle
Is fit as a fiddle.
Gives a giggle
When you can't piddle. Is liable to prick you from behind
Then repent for being... so unkind.

His nurse and confidant of much practice
( Nerve Anna )
Will shuffle you on deck ( as guessed )
In the bustle of their busy practice.

At the drop of a dime turns actress
In the hustle of their mall practice.

Stage left.. you unknowingly orbit
onto cloud nine.
Stage right.. discretely directed to the
exit; on daylights savings time.

Until.. the doctor with clever endeaver
Conjures up a scrap of paper.
Purposely punched in by a stapler
To seem forever hung on the wall;
Giving account to their buisiness, in scrawl;
To the caper of his wife's untimely call

Unnerving as it sounds
Their heirs parting procedures were all
downed.
Of whom lost their case on those well- known grounds;
Remembering our fallen comrades
Of whom unwittingly sank on their mattress.
All in the lull of a fiddlers mall practice.


P.S. Don't run arround Sue!


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Jacquelyn Horne04/22/07
I really don't understand what's being said here. Maybe it's me. But I would work on this a little. It's probably just a case (and we all have them) of the thoughts not getting to the paper. Keep going. This is just my observation. Others may not agree.
Emily Gillilan04/24/07
I personally love rhyming poems, so I love the effort here. I agree that it needs some work because there is not a consistant thread for the reader to follow. There are some very creative ideas developing in the middle...keep going!