Here they are, everyone. I think it's another good batch:
Miss Susan was highly offended
Whenever the home went untended,
And 'twas hard to assuage
The Great Silver Knife Rage...
...until she was kindly befriended.
For Edmund’s future we all should feel dread,
By Mary’s beauty and wit he is led.
She will cause him pain,
He’ll be held in disdain.
He needs a smack right upside of his head!
Henry Crawford fell in love way too fast,
He forgot the flirtations of the past.
“My dearest Miss Price,
So gentle and nice,
Like it or not you will love me at last.”
Henry wants to show Fanny he has sense,
And can behave himself when with her, hence
Now he’s a bore.
Stop it – no more!
She’s stifling his lively effervescence.
Fanny’s love was so true
In her heart it secretly grew
But Edmund was dense
As a heavy stone fence
Her wish was that he only knew!
In Portsmouth was Fanny left out
To be useful she looked all about
And to her delight
Was Susan found bright
Blessings were little in doubt!
Oaths, smells and noise
Rambunctious little boys
The home's a mess
Fanny must keep her poise.
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