David Arthur Jacques

(Middle Grove, NY, USA)

Ladies And Gentle - Poem by David Arthur Jacques

The following contest is for
The Literary Championship of the World Our champion is not man or beast
He Hails from Southern France
Weighting in at 208 pounds
"The Antediluvian Wonder of the World" Yes Folks, He survived the Great Flood
He survived the Great Ice
Survived the European Colonization
as an Englishmen
And survived 400 years of being
Hunted by Americans! Cro-man, what do you say about
your upcoming match? Cro-man: "I hate Human man"
"I will take the Literary"
":Championship in open Contest"
"I will bring honor to my people" Hail Croman to
This time folks, Human man is going down!
He Glory of Ice Age Hunters will
come to literature
This is going to be one great match! Don't miss a single word
This is s sanction match, from the WTE
May be you should own your own copy
This is a Major Literary Event!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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