Heather McWeather by Percival P. Pennywhistle

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6 thoughts on “Heather McWeather by Percival P. Pennywhistle”

  1. The Professor offers two clarifying notes:

    1. Like “Make like a tree,” “Heather McWeather” is an example of €œconcrete poetry, € but that isn’t what it’s made of. Which is a good thing, because the editor should never have been able to cut and paste it on this website if it had been, at least not without slipping a disk or two.

    2. A €œgamut € is not a kind of fish.

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  2. Miss Dunster, the Professor suggests that this is because you are very like the titular character in the poem, and opines further that this is a very good way to be. Predictable and plain is, well, self-explanatorily tedious. He applauds, therefore, your perspicacity, alacrity, and excellent taste in poetry.

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