Found in Pupin 424. Bwog has no idea why these lovely verse were written, but we’re certainly having fun trying to guess. Leave us your ideas in the comments!
- Friendly professorial advice: “These are different ways of telling your professor why you didn’t finish your paper on time. Which is the only style you’d get marginal respect for using?”
- A misbehaving student punished with writing lines gets a little creative.
- Odysseus’ excuses to Penelope for taking so long to get back to Ithaca.
- An exercise in meter, as analyzed by Bwog’s Saturday Scansion Expert Matthew Schantz: “The top one is in a Browningesque sloppy trochaic something (5 beat/three beat); the middle one doesn’t seem to have any verse, but the two lines have 8 syllables; the bottom one is in 4-beat accentual verse, and the one on the right is just plain silly.”