Parody # 1: “Un vieil imbécile sans pitié”

MANCHESTER NH. - OCTOBER 9: Ex Vice Pres. Joe Biden makes the sign of the cross after speaking about Giuliani speaks to supporters at an event at McIntyre Ski resort on October 9, 2019 in Manchester, NH. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

With apologies and thanks to Charles Dodgson, The Varnished Culture offers some poetical parodies (based on great poems) to synthesize our thoughts on the preceding and forthcoming years…

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Un vieil imbécile sans pitié

(Inspired by “La Belle Dame sans Merci” by John Keats)


O, what can ail thee, Joe Biden,

Alone and palely loitering?

The right has pulled-back from D.C. 

And no tweets sting.


I see creases on thy brow,

With anguish moist and fever dew,

And in the gardens fades the rose:

Fast withereth too.


You met a lady on the Hill

Full socialist, and Woke,

Her eyes essayed a wheedling charm,

Darted wildly when she spoke.

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And another on your fresh new lawn

Did lull your countless sleeps,

She helped you into jammies,

She’ll close your lid (for keeps).

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You’ll dream or see pale parchments

And not know what they state

But sign them all nevertheless,

To make the nation great


And that’s why, Joe, you sojourn there

Alone and palely loitering,

For the folks have turned away

And no phones ring.

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