Wanker's Advocate (Poetry Form 93: Deibhide)

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June 15, 2012 by Sez

Deibhide rhyme is apparently when you make something rhyme with an unstressed syllable. It’s actually really tough to do. This form also has random internal rhymes in the 2nd half of each stanza.

As you can see, yet another gentleman has made it into the “twats who have offended me” poetry hall of fame.

You’re making it very hard
Not to think you’re a bastard
It may well be you’re just pissed
But the gist is you’re racist

If you think that it’s astute
To openly persecute
And discriminate and shun
For fun – that’s “free expression”?

Don’t get me wrong, I can see
That you think you are “edgy”
But the rest of us concur:
That you, Sir, are a wanker.

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