Two More Uncoupled Couplets

You can find my explanation of uncoupled couplets here.   Pope: On her white breast a sparkling cross she wore ...Removable, the Tattoo Artist swore. Herrick: A sweet disorder in the dress ...From sleeping in it, I confess.  

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Uncoupled Couplets

In 1966, William Cole produced a small book entitled: "Uncoupled Couplets". The idea was to take a line from a poem by a famous poet and add a ridiculous or at least telling rhyming line.   For example  (From the book): Oliver Goldsmith:  "When lovely woman stoops to folly," ..."I want to be around, by golly!" […]

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