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Christopher Morley - Inscription For A Grammar

There were two cheerful pronouns 
  And nought did them disturb: 
Until they met, out walking. 
  A conjugative verb. 

The pronouns, child, were You and I, 
  We might as well confess; 
But, ah, the mischief-making verb 
  I leave to you to guess!

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Poet: Christopher Morley
Poem: Inscription For A Grammar
Poem of the Day: Feb 22 2011

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