brouhaha

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brouhaha

noun
brou·​ha·​ha | \ ˈbrü-ˌhä-ˌhä, ˌbrü-ˌhä-ˈhä, brü-ˈhä-ˌhä \
hubbub, uproar

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The audience all mumbled
As the main speaker stumbled
Through his most important speech
With his ideas just out of reach.

There was much dropping of jaw
Eventually a big brouhaha
When he ground to a halt
Without any gestalt.

In spite of the mess,
And the obvious stress,
When it came to the crunch,
No one left before lunch.

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