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Rated: E | Poetry | Animal | #656485
Ducks have interesting things to say...I think.
The triolet is an old French form that is short and witty or more traditionally romantic. It has 8 lines in the rhyming scheme abaaabab. The first two lines (ab) and the last two lines(ab) are the same, as well as the first line and the fourth.

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                   I like the way the barnyard duck says “quack-quack.”

                   It’s the most original speech I’ve ever heard.

                   It isn’t deep, and of variety it lacks.

                   I like the way the barnyard duck says “quack-quack.”

                   Like that’s the most important of all known facts.

                   My brother says that quacks aren’t the same as words.

                   I like the way the barnyard duck says “quack-quack.”

                   It’s the most original speech I’ve ever heard.


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