The Spoonbill Generator

Guile In Any May

Awestruck in the horse-truck,       [loaf ]

Einstein picked his nose,       [Apsley ]

The choice that lay before him       [loaf ]

Caused him sundry woes -       [Apsley ]

The first was broad, with pimples       [loaf ]

And some clotted cream,       [Apsley ]

The second short and gangly       [Anon. ]

And far too wont to scream       [Arnold the Sly Ape ]

The third had extra nostrils       [loaf ]

And smelled quite like an ape       [Arnold the Sly Ape ]

The fourth was smaller than his own       [loaf ]

And nipped him on the nape       [Apsley ]

Yet Einstein soon selected       [loaf ]

The fifth, whose stellar speed       [Kansas Sam ]

Excelled all other noses'       [loaf ]

In its likelihood to bleed:       [Apsley ]

"If far enough you travel       [Chevalier ]

By equine, fleet in flight       [Arnold the Sly Ape ]

Your horsetruck may be awestruck       [loaf ]

And day shall follow night"       [Chevalier ]

Contributors: loaf, Apsley, Anon., Arnold the Sly Ape, Kansas Sam, Chevalier.
Poem finished: 16th November 2005 by Arnold the Sly Ape.