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Rated: E · Poetry · Comedy · #2063485
The strengths and weaknesses of Alofa Bread.

Alofa Bread got out of bed
to organize her place.
She hung her clothes in nice neat rows
which gave her much more space.

She quickly thought, Perhaps I ought
not keep them in that state.

She does disdain this awful bane:
Miss Bread does ruminate.

But she went on right after dawn
creating in the hall.
To add decor, she stained an oar
and hung it on the wall.

Still, worry reigned in Northern Spain,
(this is where Bread is from.)
She looked around and said out loud:
What if the in-laws come?

So shy is she that Bread would be
afraid to speak her mind.
She often sought to up and talk--
but words were hard to find.

Yet wittiness, I do confess,
was served when Miss Bread said:
If in-laws show, I’ll bake some dough,
then head on back to bed.

24 Lines
Writer’s Cramp


Good Bread:

Bad Bread:
--Rumination (Thinks too much)

Alofa Bread  (E)
Alofa Bread is back in town.
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