A poem by: Ben Dunk. 1967.

 

P

 

My, oh my!

see the,

alliterated P,

squandered by,

you and me.

 

Used in wit and verse,

and prose verbose;

seldom in times of praise,

foiling the masters phrase.

 

Where would poets be,

but for dear old P,

why, metaphorically,

down the W. C.

 

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