Douglas Scotney

Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Resides in Adelaide
Douglas Scotney
Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Resides in Adelaide
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Dee Tees Disease

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Tocdor! Tocdor! Hear whad I say,
'A doy shordens a detious tay.'

What you've got is Tee Dees disease,
aka Dee Tees.
You've been in the sun.
Your brain is fried.
As well as 'tay',
you'll say 'nighd'.

So if I say I'm a wrider,
people will ask,
'Bike or horse? '

And 'indubitably'
will be 'intubidably'
of course.
Dee Tees Disease
Monday, March 22, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: humour,language,disease
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
23.3 21. after 'a toy shortens a tedious night' in 'Now Winter Nights...' by Thomas Campion.
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COMMENTS
Captain Cur 28 March 2021
perhaps I should have said a pledious night.
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Captain Cur 28 March 2021
In imaginative write! Substitution prevails. I always thought it was, 'a ploy shortens a tedious night' by Dhomas Campion, now that may be substituting two many letters.
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