AnElephantCant be famous

AnElephantCant be the only one
Who writes all this doggerel rhyme
If he won’t be hushed
I will do what I must
And then quite happily do the time for the crime

anelephantcant

AnElephant outed as C. E. Ayr AnElephant outed as C. E. Ayr

AnElephantCant stay incognito
He does not even know what that means
Or where it might be
So he treads lightly
He thinks it does not add up to a small hill of beans

You see he has been in the newspapers
He thinks he is practically famous
In the Ayrshire Post
On Scotland’s West Coast
Now almost three people know what his name is

AnElephant has a vast number of aliases
In his Ayr Academy schooldays he was known as Springer
Which is somewhat mystifying
As his given name is Brian
And he writes this book as the enigmatic C. E. Ayr

But if you think he is not very important
He tells you this feature is widely syndicated
But even he finds it hard
To rhyme Kilmarnock Standard
With Irvine Herald so he is somewhat deflated

A clever chap called Edwin Lawrence
A…

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11 Responses to AnElephantCant be famous

  1. Belinda Crane says:

    You have no idea how long this has taken to sink in. I feel like a total dope! lol! This is much more twisted than what I could have ever imagined. Love it! (And I just thought you two were good friends that flung words at each other!) 🙂

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    • ceayr says:

      AnElephantCant be trusted
      He told that West of Scotland rag
      The Ayrshire Post
      Perhaps I’ll make him toast
      For letting the curious cat out of the body bag

      Please do not be too hard on yourself, my dear Belinda.
      I originally planned to keep it simple by just bumping off the pathetic pink pretender, but he is strangely resilient.
      And, even more surprisingly, he has friends and fans.
      But not many.
      Go figure, huh?

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