|SPD's AWP BAD POEM CONTEST|
|1st Prize Winner: Thierry Brunet|
|Category: Worse Poem Wherein the Title of the Poem Is Longer than the Poem|
Bracelets, Carillons, Chignons, Coaches, Crinolines, Croissants, Crystal Chandeliers, Brioches, Diamonds, Deception, Etiquette, Fragrance, Genuflection, Gentry, Intrigue, Marquis, Neckerchief, Necklace, Polka, Violins and Waltz.
(Or how the nonchalant commandant had a wickedly dangerous fascination for the newest debutante in town.)
A poem about love and tintinnabulum.
Belle Marjorie Chenonwett's arrival in London has already caused somewhat of a stir.
And enamored Monsieur.
How she missed the minarets of Monastir.