Copernicus Wiffledown was well admired.

For it seemed this well to do gent

had a generous nature

that never expired.

Some even called him the Christmas day Scrooge,

for his delight in giving

was so lovingly


by M. Perron (Originally started July 3, 1990… remains incomplete… so far.)

Notes: This was one of those joyful word plays that I had come up with verbally on the spot and by the time I got home, most of it was forgotten. I think it was a derivative description of a high school buddy. Ps: I had written a song for this friend, as he reminded me of PigPen from The Peanuts… if any old friends are reading this, this is dedicated to Squiffy Fundlebutt!


3 thoughts on “Midweek Poems – The Lay of Copernicus Wiffledown

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