Folk poetry--does it have literary merit?

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Re: Folk poetry--does it have literary merit?

Post  eddie on Sat May 05, 2012 7:21 am

A poignant lavatorial meditation on the startling effects on the nervous system of Ruddles ale:

There's one thing the matter with Ruddles:
It gives me the shits and befuddles
My eyesight, my hearing, my balance, my steering
And leaves me here standing in puddles.
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Re: Folk poetry--does it have literary merit?

Post  felix on Fri Aug 16, 2013 11:50 am

From Wiltshire:

Be I Berkshire?
Be I buggery! I comes up from Sarum*
I knows a gel with calico drawers
And I knows how to tear 'em

*Salisbury
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