UnPoetia:The poem that goes like this

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There comes a poem that goes like this
It works well through many media
From AB-AB and A-A-A-A to limericks
And now here comes the chorus
For the poem that goes like this
Chorus Chorus Chorus Chorus
Naysayers bray of dreadful days
Where self-reference isn't here to stay
These days are far from today, they say
As is shown by this poem, calloo callay
This line makes an excellent segue
Into the next section, that is
A limerick penned with Lizz's jizz
Lizz got blue balls
And ran headfirst into walls
Which is why this limerick doesn't rhyme and has too many syllables at the end
Also, it has too many lines
Poor Lizz
And now here comes the chorus
For the poem that goes like this
Chorus Chorus Chorus Chorus
Some poems don't rhyme all the time
Instead, some verses serve only as imagery
Like a melting spoon posing non sequitors in latin
As to advance the theme of the whole poem
Like this one
And now here comes the last refrain
For the poem that drove me insane
Refrain refrain refrain refrain
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