[ Issue 48 ]

Now for a Clerihew is one of Emily Bronto’s favourite Bikwil features

Bikwil has a thing about Now for a Clerihew


With this page we begin Bikwil's occasional series Now for a Clerihew.  There are three contributors to the current nonsense — Dorothy Filshie, Richard Milne and TR.

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for a Clerihew



Young Arthur Conan Doyle
Sighed after months of toil,
“I wish Sherlock Holmes were dead,
I want to write historical novels instead.”

— Richard Milne

Vincent Van Gogh
Sliced his ear off
In a fit of depression
To make an impression.

— Dorothy Filshie

Paul Cezanne
Was the man
Who had lots of fun,
Painting bulky bathers with no bathers on.

— Dorothy Filshie

Although Bill Gates
And one of his mates
Started Microsoft,
Neither had a hand in making lycra soft.

— TR

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