In English, there are various humorous poems about grammar and spelling. In order to humor, or perhaps annoy, a poetry-focussed French teacher at my daughter's college, I wonder if there are any famous examples of this species in French?


Je propose la très jolie Harmonie imitative de la langue française, d'Antoine-Pierre-Augustin de Piis comme un premier exemple en appelant d'autres...


A friend supplied links to a love poem via an allegory on grammar:


and a page of poems about punctuation.


I'm still hoping for something along the same lines about the passé composé.

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