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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Empty and Full (06/04/09)

TITLE: Felty and Lefty
By Jeanne E Webster
06/09/09


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Lefty Lump met a man
His name was Felty Plum;
One day they agreed upon a plan
And became very good chums.

Felty Plum was smart and cool
And read a lot of books;
Lefty Lump was quite a jewel
And really had good looks.

Lefty Lump thought up a plot
To fool the many masses;
And Felty Plum cast his lot
To trick the guys and lasses.

Felty Plum arose and thought
And out came a scheme;
Lefty Lump said, “This is hot!”
And smiled a wicked gleam.

Lefty Lump began to read
A book on writing styles;
Felty Plum used his head
And checked his written files.

Felty Plum got out his pen
And wrote some silly rhymes;
Lefty Lump sat in the den
And doodled several times.

Lefty Lump began to write
And saw that it was fun;
Felty Plum was none too bright
But liked what he had done.

Lefty and Felty signed their names
On their short little bit;
“Wow!” they said. “What a game!
This will give them fits!”

To play this game you have to guess
What really was written here;
It isn’t hard, I must confess,
It’s an anagram, my dear!

(FELTYPLUM) (LEFTYLUMP)


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Gillian Dobson06/12/09
A clever poem and play on the words of the anagram, but I'm not sure how this relates to Empty and Full.
Jeanne E Webster 06/12/09
This poem is applicable to the topic, as the anagrams spell out the topic, "empty full." (leftylump) or (feltyplum)
Beth LaBuff 06/12/09
ah, clever work on this fun poem!