Clue: Title "ungainly fowl" of poetry
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- Poe classic
- Edgar Allan Poe work
- Poem that opens "Once upon a midnight dreary ..."
- Poe poem
- Poem with the line, "Ah, distinctly I remember, it was in the bleak December"
- It uses 20 different end rhymes for "ore"
- Poetic basis for an NFL team name
- "Ghastly grim and ancient" poem title critter
- 72 of its 108 lines end in "-ore" sounds
- Poem mentioning "The Lost Lenore"
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- LA Times - March 20, 2014
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