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The Raven's Nest

Back in eighteen forty-five, long before we were alive,
Edgar Allan penned a poem renowned in literary lore.
Poe, the early gothic maven, writes about an errant Raven
Who drives a man stark ravin', just by croaking “Nevermore.”
Still today that Raven's nestlings may be found the whole world o'er--
                                                            Namely, parodies galore.

This page was inspired by the several good (and some very lousy) “Raven” parodies that go flapping about the Internet. The ones you see here are the good ones.
P.S. If you want to see a better Raven website, drop in on Dave.

Poe-etic parodies:

Relatively prosaic Raven references:

Rob Collins, Birmingham, Alabama

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