It's been some time since the last poetry competition. I planned to set the theme this time round as "The McBride of Frankenstein", but then I thought it might be a bit incestuous and blogger-centric.
So it's an open competition, but I might favour anything brilliant about the Satisfactory Death of McBride.
As ever, puns and inspired rhymes will catch the attention of the judge. You know the type:
He set out as a missionary
To the plains of Timbuktu
There he met a cassowary
Which ate him, and his hymn book too
Limericks, haikus, clerihews and sonnets - all qualify. Pour a glass and summon your muse.
I'll be competing with you.