Figuring Poetry In Australia - Poem by Douglas Scotney
Australia slips to bad in MATHS
and equally bad in POEMS.
It doesn't test the latter
but ANYONE who's bad at MATHS
hasn't the time of day,
or doesn't know how,
or can't be bothered
to parse a lay,
and clucks away.
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