In Competition No. 2671 you were invited to submit a poem in which the rhymed ending of each line is a truncated word.
This challenge invites you to follow in the footsteps of that master of light verse and lover of word-play Harry Graham, who, in his poem ‘Poetical Economy’, ‘found a simple plan/ Which makes the lamest lyric scan!’:
When I’ve a syllable de trop,
I cut it off, without apol.