J. Patrick Lewis Poems

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The Talkers
The Talkers

after John Whitworth

What a tintinnabulation is the jingling of their cells,
Here they come.
From the airport, home, or office—raucous jungles of the bells—
Here they come.
When the rabble gabs and babbles, there is something that compels
One to seek the catacombs whe . . .
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Speed read  Gobbledybook
Lost shoe  Footwhere
Number One doctor  Peediatrician
What a guillotine does  Disconnecks
Hail storm damage  Householed
Porcupine's nickname  Lancelot
Cattle farm fence  Boundairy
Bungee jumper  Boyo-yo
An . . .
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