Pulitzer Prize Prose by Paul Potts.
Perhaps professional pianists performing periodically and perfectly can provide a parallel for a paradoxical Pataratida Pacharawirapong.
“She prefers P.P.”, as perennial pals plainly and politely proclaim proudly.
Passionate for paramount production plausibility, petite and pugnacious P.P. performs persistently.
“Plenty of pompous playboys pretend to pamper or pacify P.P. with Parisian perfumes or picturesque poppies, Pan-American peonies, even Puerto Rican pineapple, or Persian petunias ” a pleasant but pensive protegé purred.
Previewing in Pittsburgh, a profane, perspiring, pretend prince proceeded to pester P.P. Passively she passed off the pathologicial pigmy as “a pathetic podiatrist from Parsipinnany partisan to peccadilloes .”
She paraded her purple pants and patchy patterned peach prêt á portêr pleasingly. Periwinkle pajamas protruded into her pathway just past the pristine persimmon penholder on the pentagon Pennsylvania provincial planked podium.
Predictably we pursued the prosiac and the puzzling. “Primarily I prevaricated politely if pressed,” she plead.
Pettiness nor pretence passed placidly. P.P. preferred pointed even playful patter. Pompously she prepared to patronize a pallid piker.
Prememptorily she procrastinated.
P.P. prounounced: I have to urinate.
(to be perpetuated)
Postscript: Probably your pursuit of pertinence will pervade your penchance for published parody.