Guest Poet Monaless Flavius
There once was a silly savage,
who wanted no more, than to ravage!
He Stayed up all night,
and tried as he might,
to enter the Lady's door!
But the door it was bolted,
all suitors were smotted,
by the knights, you have heard of in
The savage was crushed,
he was locked in his lust,
so he knocked at the Lady's door!
She let him in!
Monaless Flavius's Questions:
This was written to be funny, but I wonder if the ending is too blunt?
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