Avon's Poems: 3. Vogon Poetry

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3. Vogon Poetry

Vogon Poetry
Do Elves have dimples? I really want to know.
Do Elves have dimples - 'cause Sauron told me so!
And if an Elf has a dimple
(I’ll try to keep this simple)
What makes that cheek a-dimple -
(If that Elf has a dimple.)
Does a tickle in the bath
Make an Elven lord laugh?
Or is it the one about the two Hobbits and the Orc
Which makes those dimples talk?
If Galadriel fell into her pool – splash!
Would that makes those dimples flash?
So - do Elves have dimples? Tell me, is it true?
And if they do - is it lots, or just a few?
Are Elves with dimples often seen
Or are they few and far between?
I’d love to see a dimpled Elf –
“Cause then I’d know the truth, myself.

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Story Information

Author: Avon

Status: General

Completion: Work in Progress

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: Poetry

Rating: General

Last Updated: 01/21/04

Original Post: 07/17/03

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