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A line so arbitrary that equates
to schizophrenic Planet Earth herself;
serve a meal upon tectonic plates,
(the ones from off the continental shelf.)
Faults and fissures swim in schools of thought,
mountains made of molehills on the shore,
reefers are in corollary caught,
(Nemo’s found his father’s secret store.)
Deepest holes or chasms multiple,
hide the secret lava in their heart,
from volcanoes quite irascible,
(premature eruption mustn’t start.)
Where the hell did archipelago?
it’s very nearly isthmus, don’t you know?
Such delightful geographical humour Leanne, hope Santa is especially nice to you this isthmus Big Grin
Although a subduction here and there, I find no fault with it.

Argh, how do you make such good puns? (Actual good ones, not the kind that make you groan in despair). Loved it.
You're all as sick as me.

It's wonderful Big Grin
it erupted all over me Big Grin