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Pardon my lines (Free verse) by Bobjim
Pardon my lines, Ben Andrews, Pardon my way of speech. My range of old suitcases, My love of colourful braces, My fear of foreign places, And my hatred of the beach. Pardon my lines, Ben Andrews, Pardon my book of rules. My legs that scarcely bear my weight, Which well account for my ambling gait, My accent and my empty plate, My stolen transport tools. Pardon my lines, Ben Andrews, Pardon my lack of class. The scales that in my kitchen rust, The layers of unhampered dust, My crass Napoleonic bust, Which really is a farce. Pardon my lines, Ben Andrews, Pardon my way of speech. "All right," said Ben, "you're pardoned. Now who's round is it?" "Yours, I think."

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Arithmetic Mean: 8.5
Weighted score: 6.75
Overall Rank: 501
Posted: April 27, 2004 4:59 AM PDT; Last modified: April 27, 2004 4:59 AM PDT
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[9] Shuushin @ | 28-Apr-04/5:29 AM | Reply
what is an example, please, of a stolen transport tool?

I liked it.
[n/a] Bobjim @ > Shuushin | 28-Apr-04/7:11 AM | Reply
Hammers with pockets to transport things in that have been stolen.
[9] richa @ | 28-Apr-04/11:11 AM | Reply
You are right. What I meant to say was that asking mona lisa for head under the pseudonym Dirk Diggler was ungentlemanly.

Don't do it again.
[n/a] Bobjim @ > richa | 28-Apr-04/12:00 PM | Reply
How random. And I'm sure there were more comments last time i looked.
[n/a] Ranger @ > Bobjim | 15-Feb-06/6:51 AM | Reply
Here's another one for you then.
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