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Parody of Poetry of the Law

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  1. Patrick S. O'Donnell says:

    Howdy Jeff.

    Incidentally, you can find Jeremy’s delightful limericks if you click on “Famous Cases” under Topical Archive at ContractsProf Blog and scroll down a bit. (Although I believe ‘Limericks’ warrants a separate category.)

  2. Gary Rosin says:

    I have no doggerel or limericks to offer, but I do have a found poem from one of my classes. I use random recitation, but allow students a certain number of “passes” during the semester. The passes must be in writing, and on the “desk” before class begins.

    So, an Asian-American student handed in what I believe may be the shortest poem in English, surpassing even the famous “Fleas” (Adam had’m). It is an extremely abbreviated haiku:

    Sun

    passes

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