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I’m sorry that you don’t know why
it makes a difference (heavy sigh.)
We’re simply not harmonious.
Your grammar’s too erroneous.
Yes, ‘your’ and ‘you’re’ are not the same.
And dangling participles? Shame!
Mix ‘its’ and ‘it’s’? Felonious.
Your grammar’s 2 erroneous.
Don’t even get me started on…
you’re comma splice. Past tense? So gone.
Do I sound sanctimonious?
Your grammar’s to erroneous.
Apologies to you then. Not!
Where grammar goes, so goes it’s thought:
its sad, not acrimonious.
Your grammar’s tu erroneous.
Notes: The form is Kyrielle. My poem was inspired by the April PAD Challenge at Robert Lee Brewer's Poetic Asides site. The theme for the day is 2 right an apology poem or an unapologetic poem (or both.) C'mom - try it. You won't be sorry. ☼