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A Challenge

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A bull imprisoned in a stall
Broke boldly the confining wall,
And found himself, when out of bounds,
Within a washerwoman's grounds.
Where, hanging on a line to dry,
A crimson skirt inflamed his eye.
With bellowings that woke the dead,
He bent his formidable head,
With pointed horns and gnarly forehead;
Then, planting firm his shoulders horrid,

Began, with rage made half insane,
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Susan Williams 19 May 2017

Hahahahahahaha. I love a humorous yet barbed poem and he is master of the genre!

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Geoffrey Fafard 19 May 2017

Such going ons. fun, intricate and great to read.

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Edward Kofi Louis 19 May 2017

The confining wall! ! Thanks for sharing.

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Single shade.... thanks for posting.....

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