George Harrison MBE

This poem about George Harrison is a Clerihew.  Sometimes described as the literate cousin of the Limerick, the Clerihew is a very specific kind of short humorous verse, typically with the following properties: It is biographical and usually whimsical, showing the subject from an unusual point of view; but it is hardly ever satirical, abusive or obscene; It has four lines of irregular length (for comic effect); The first line consists solely (or almost solely) of a well-known person's name.  I hope you like it.

George Harrison MBE

George Harrison
Quiet Beatle by comparison
Kermit the Frog was one of his peeps
Still his guitar gently weeps


Poetry notes:

Poetry form: Clerihew - These Clerihew poems are perfectly cooked in their own juices, resulting in Clerihew Au Jus ! Bon app├ętit !

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