Poet#23 "M"

Groups of 3 are given a letter with which to use as often as possible in the form of alliteration. This is no mere tongue twister; word choice and order all must work together to leave a comprehensive poem, judged on all the same elements as any other poem.

At the end of this challenge, 15 poets will prevail, and 15 will be left to ponder why this Shakespearean riddle is so darned funny...

First Clown What is he that builds stronger than either the
mason, the shipwright, or the carpenter?

Second Clown The gallows-maker; for that frame outlives a
thousand tenants

The End

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