Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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The Bakyr

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Bakyr Bakyr eyes so bright,
Thinking hard into the night,
What ethereal bone or bun,
Will answer the idea you've spun?

In what distant thoughts or dreams,
Bake the croissants of thine schemes?
Or whom will halt what thee aspire?
And soundly present fish-filled ire?

And what science, & what art,
Could twist synapse and twist heart?
And when thy heart begins to beat,
What machine to decorate feet?

Or what device to waylay rain,
Is baking slowly in thy brain?
Shoes of chocolate, monkeys taught,
To retrieve balls from tennis courts!

When the fishbones come with jeers
And water keyboard with your tears:
Did you smile your work to glimpse?
Did you who've double-bunned make this?

Bakyr Bakyr eyes so bright,
Thinking hard into the night,
What ethereal bone or bun,
Will answer the idea you've spun?

harderthanjesus, Aug 23 2004

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       Nice. I've been suffering from poetry withdrawals.   

       Looks like your apostrophes got trashed in your pasting.
RayfordSteele, Aug 23 2004
  

       Stop it, you're slaying me......Ok, can you send me a map to the meeting place?
normzone, Aug 23 2004
  

       The punctuation in this is odd because it emulates the original work from which it is 'inspired.' Of, course normally, my punctuation; is perfect.
harderthanjesus, Aug 24 2004
  

       I was just commenting on the fact that the things showed up as question marks originally...
RayfordSteele, Aug 24 2004
  

       I know, thanks for pointing them out to me (fixed now!). I was just justifying any other punctuation anomalies.
harderthanjesus, Aug 25 2004
  

       Wasn't he that guy that "offed" his wife, and used to have a parrot sitting on his shoulder?
blissmiss, Aug 25 2004
  
      
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