Quid Plura Revisits the Gargoyle

Despite a difficult rhyme scheme that enforces some odd choices, this poem works fairly well--"Don't Leave Me Hanging in a City So Dead. . . "


  1. I'll confess, this one was meant to be a total goof, but it did give me a new appreciation for Tennyson's original, which isn't as effortlessly constructed as perhaps it seems...


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