Rules Of Scansion - Poem by Michael Pruchnicki
What is a poetaster, you ask?
A poetaster is an unskilled versifier
who memorizes a pattern
and works with it
A poetaster produces doggerel and worse,
but most often garden-club verse
which typifies the production
of little old ladies in tennis shoes
(of both sexes and various ages)
He blows a brass trumpet
of no reknown
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