UnPoetia:Parkerwocky

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A famous poem by the equally famous person Lewis Carroll, about The Parkerwock:

'Twas Twynham, and the lazy teachers
Did jeer and grumble in the staffroom;
All noisy were the year sevens,
And the 6thformers okay.

"Beware the ParkerWock, my son!
The head that shines! The lesson plan that sucks!
Beware the table of key terms, and shun
The work he sets!"

He took his revision book in hand:
Long time an ICT career he sought--
So studied he in the library,
And Internet-posted his thoughts.

And, as opinion and thought he expressed,
The Parkerwock, with head of bald,
Came striding through the classroom chairs,
And argued when it came!

A* A*! And through and through
The others' parents got Parker sacked!
He left up-fed, old shiny-head
He went triumphantly back.

"And hast thou passed with the Parkerwock?
Come to my vast corporation, my brilliant boy!
O fantastic day! One million's your pay!"
He chortled in his joy.

'Twas Twynham, and the lazy teachers
Did jeer and grumble in the staffroom;
All noisy were the year sevens,
And the 6thformers okay.

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