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Lurky

Fundy pomes (OK, & poetry too)

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Lurky

I have a soft spot for terrible inspirational pomes and poetry, and galvanised by Jill Rodrigues, Miss Raquel, and Patriarch Maulucci's devotionals, I went looking for more in the archives.  But dear, dear Free Jingerites, I'm sure I've missed a lot, so pretty please, if you can remember any, please do share, to help a sister snark  meditate on the beauty of the SOTDRT language - especially if you have a favourite pome from any of our regulars.

(I would be so remiss if I didn't mention that I laughed 'til I cried at the FJ Poetry Event, because you're all geniuses!)

So, what am I missing? 

 

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nickelodeon

Don't forget this legendary pome. No more taco's, pizza's, eat out's or shrimp!

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Lurky

@nickelodeon I've read that pome 3 times and I can't work out what's actually going on with it, except wow, that scansion!

@AmazonGrace I'm completely confused about that one too - is the message "eat your veggies", or that God is vengeful, and if you don't say grace, he'll strike you down, OT style?  And how is the glutton eating an apple, if he never eats fruit & veg?  I'm so confuuused!

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polecat

Fundy poems are the worst. But in a hilariously bad way.

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LadyCrow1313

For a second, I thought the thread title said "fundy porns". Just shows you where my head's at, doesn't it?  :output_eeMbjt:

And speaking of which: a fundy porn? Eww.

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December
On 9/6/2016 at 3:00 PM, Lurky said:

 Rule 32 says it's likely to be out there somewhere!

Rule 34 ;) And I'm sure there is something akin to it somewhere on the internet. After all, I remember there being Amish-themed "romance" novels in the library when I was a kid... frumper porn isn't that far off. But I'm not volunteering to find it! 

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catlady

oh, there's still plenty of Amish Romance out there; Beverly Lewis seems to be their queen. 

several years ago I belonged to this book club through Harlequin; I liked some of their historicals.  but one of the categories was Christian Romance.  I never read any of them, but it's probably close to what you're (not) looking for!! 

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