Mulga Bill's Bicycle

'Twas Mulga Bill, from Eaglehawk, that caught the cycling craze;
He turned away the good old horse that served him many days;
He dressed himself in cycling clothes, resplendent to be seen;
He hurried off to town and bought a shining new machine;

by Banjo Paterson Click to read full poem

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The last verse is not quite correct: it should be " But this was sure the derndest ride that I've encountered yet"
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Where is the rest of the poem
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What are the adjectival phrases in the poem Mulga Bill's Bicycle? ? ? ?
Terrific tale, delivered in wonderful cadence. A clever metaphor for the thrills and perils of adopting new technologies - sometimes the tried-and-true remains one's best option.
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