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Updated on July 8, 2012

(Jabberwocky Revisited)

On the eve of T'Klorkness
There'll be wishes and kisses,
And the house all uproaress
For mishes and misses.

On the morn of T'Klorkness
Old silver will shine.
So come pull the corkness
And pour the fine wine.

At noon on T'Klorkness
All the chiddies will play,
And the drum and the horness
will welcome the day.

Oh, lookness ~
T'Klorkness !
The Queeness !
The Kingness !

The mishes, the misses,
The kisses, the dishes
All shine and coo
And giggle and shoo.

For today is T'Klorkness
All guests to the lawn,
So long we have waited
To partybrate 'til dawn.


This short poem is copyright Carolyn Avery 2012. Please feel free to share and attribute to Carolyn Avery. Thank you.

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      carozy 5 years ago from San Francisco

      Thank you! :)

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      Jennifer Vasconcelos 5 years ago from Cyberspace and My Own World

      Yours is very playful and creative poetry.