I will incline mine ear to the parable, and shew my dark speech upon the harpfrom Psalm 49
Herewith a cantrip monotonic,Hysterical and histrionic:Pleading that some dark daemonicNemesis fall on the chronicMisusers of the word "iconic"(Worser plagues than the bubonic).May some wise man SolomonicOr philosopher PlatonicDraft an ordinance Solonic;A magistrate, severe, sardonic, Could then decree a doom draconic:Seal them in a dungeon chthonic,Carcery architectonic(Columns capital'd Ionic);Forced to con some dull mnemonic:Lists of monarchs Babylonic,Rituals and rites Masonic,Properties of sections conic –Till despair athanatonicLeaves them still and catatonic…Alas, this verse is not Byronic,Nor Keatsian, still less Miltonic;It gives me such a pain colonic,I think I’ll have a gin-and-tonic.
Brilliant! I knew you'd rise to the challenge!Bravo, bravo!
Thank you, sir; and the same to your limerick.I shall have to avoid visiting here early Sunday mornings if I'm to be challenged - all through Mass, part of my mind was busily searching for words ending in "onic" and trying to fit them in...
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