Shakespearean Variations: - Poem by Douglas Scotney
the three between 'proprietor' and 'prosaic'
are 'propriety': your what makes you you;
and 'prorogue': to postpone or (perhaps) keep from exertion.
The next one is 'prospecting':
in the jargon of today,
putting yourself out there,
and flashing's dooble,
'panning for gold'.
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