Coraline Nesquick

Rookie (1 April 1969 / Toronto)

Odious Joy Of Charles And Camilla - Poem by Coraline Nesquick

E'en the stones cry out, and the internet sings:
'Oh you two love birds, about to exchange rings -
Don't fly too high on your monarchist wings,
Not after you clipped Diana's angel-like things.'

'Born to be king! ' Hah, what a bore.
And as for 'queen C', spare me more sore lore.
For the current big Q will harm the monarchy
By investing, what is surely, the right royal charlie.

Regarding poet laureate, Andrew H Motion,
Whose dirth of good rhyme causes such a commotion,
Be mindful that this man's poison is all else's potion.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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