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!"
Here are two of my own:
Robert Herrick: "When as in silks, My Julia goes,"
..."The outline of her girdle shows."
Lord Byron: "Did ye not hear it? No! 'Twas but the wind"
..."Escaping from my nether end."
This is fun; expect some more.
A blog about all the arts, including politics
"for 'twere absurd to think that nature in the earth bred gold, perfect in the instant;
there must be remote matter." - Ben Jonson
"I don't know what the question is, but art is the answer." - Guy Conner