Category Archive: parody poetry

Gingrich: The Second Coming

Yesterday, I ran across a parody I wrote last spring, a take-off of T. S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” called “The Swan Song of N. Leroy Gingrich.”  Perhaps I… Continue reading

Along Came Newt

Newt Gingrich spokesman Rick Tyler writes But out of the billowing smoke and dust of tweets and trivia emerged Gingrich, once again ready to lead those who won’t be intimated by the political… Continue reading

With Apologies to Percy Shelley…

I met a traveler from Manhattan IslandWho said: “Those vast towers of steel and stoneStand in the street. Near them on the ground,Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frownAnd wrinkled lip and… Continue reading

CoTL: Parody Edition

Carnival of the Liberals #19: The Parody Poetry Edition Believe it or not, parody takes work! As a result, we got fewer entries for this edition, but the quality is high. For that… Continue reading

Announcing the Parody Poetry Fest!

Call for Submissions On August 16, 2006, One Flew East will host the Carnival of the Liberals edition (#19), “Parody Poetry.” The only prize is a link to the parody on your blog… Continue reading

The Rime of the Liberal Weblogger (An Excerpt)

It is a liberal Weblogger,And he stoppeth one of three.`By thy pajamas and glittering eye,Now wherefore stopp’st thou me ? The Bridegroom’s doors are opened wide,And I am next of kin ;The guests… Continue reading