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    [post_content] => Class starts.
Al stands apart by Mary-Ann, awkwardly.
As half man, half aardvark, (and all arms)
Baths – says Al – lack charm.
Crazy, Mary-Ann always stays and stands.
And gasps.
Al hands Mary-Ann a pack:
“Hurrah! Classy Nasal Caps!” says Mary-Ann.
Aww: Happy at Last.
    [post_title] => Abracadabra
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    [post_modified] => 2015-11-26 13:23:46
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            [wpcf-summary-description] => Ross Sutherland says: ‘Abracadabra’ must be one of the longest univocal words! The only longer one I know is ‘taramasalata’, but you try working that ubiquitous pink dip into a viable rhyme-scheme… I love “half-man, half aardvark.” Similarly, “all arms” is a pretty great euphemism for someone with B.O. I think this piece is a really good example of the Puzzle Poem; the constraint forces you into a corner and you have to use real flair to find a solution. Hence, “Classy Nasal Caps” is a slick finishing move.
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            [wpcf-poem-award] => Winner, Univocal Challenge 2011
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Abracadabra

Emma Warren

Class starts.
Al stands apart by Mary-Ann, awkwardly.
As half man, half aardvark, (and all arms)
Baths – says Al – lack charm.
Crazy, Mary-Ann always stays and stands.
And gasps.
Al hands Mary-Ann a pack:
“Hurrah! Classy Nasal Caps!” says Mary-Ann.
Aww: Happy at Last.