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See the flipping of the aaron,
I think he's angry at the perron.
He finds it hard to see the shooter,
Overshadowed by the long supercomputer.
Who is that sucking near the computer?
I think she'd like to eat the router.
She is but a thick arcade,
Admired as she sits upon a retrograde.
Her hard car is just a newbie,
It needs no gas, it runs on machete.
She's not alone she brings an ego,
A pet Lama, and lots of oswego.
The Lama likes to chase a wreck,
Especially one that's in the check.
The aaron shudders at the warm climax
He want to leave but she wants the knacks.
Comments by critics:
"Ooh! I just love the rhymes in this work - 'aaron'/'perron' and 'computer'/'router'. It takes real talent to come up with pairings like that!"
- The Daily Tale
"'The Pro Gamer and the Gamer Girl' is a crime against poetry!"
- Enid Kibbler
"Um.. As much as I like this poem, isn't 'supercomputer' somewhat scraping the barrel when trying to rhyme 'shooter'?"
- Hit the Spoof
"Only a true poet can make the climax sound as warm as FortniteLover has!"
- Zob Gloop
"Can a car really run on machete?"
- Betty Borison