I'm Writing a Limerick about William Faulkner

What rhymes with Yoknapatawpha?

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Rosy Cole on Friday, 01 September 2017 15:39

You've flummoxed Google, Steve, which I know is your very particular skill. However, here goes:

Last evening in Yoknapatawpha,
there I spied a flying saucer

or again:

My tale 's of Yoknapatawpha
the place made famous by its author

Keep us posted on your progress! :-)

You've flummoxed Google, Steve, which I know is your very particular skill. However, here goes: Last evening in Yoknapatawpha, there I spied a flying saucer or again: My tale 's of Yoknapatawpha the place made famous by its author Keep us posted on your progress! :-)
Stephen Evans on Friday, 01 September 2017 16:48

That's better than anything I thought of!

That's better than anything I thought of!
Ken Hartke on Saturday, 02 September 2017 16:27

Mashugana?

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