15 April 2010

Accede

Accede 4/15

Write a poem about Henry VIII.
Now dedicate that poem to a woman.
The poem should not mention his giant codpieces.
Or gout.
Or dead wives.
It should mention the sky in twilight once.
Maybe a sideways reference to religion.
It cannot mention Elizabeth in any way.
Or Mary.
At the end you must make pity comments on today's politics.
And you should close with a winking nod to the lineage of Popes.