Since 'thirty Que'
Rhymes with 'fifty-two'
I think I'll start this in verse.
So start 'Googling' your Ques
and start looking for clues
and the rhymes will only get worse.
I know you'll be busy
trying to make me quite dizzy
with questions to send me to look.
Whether it's the Achille Lauro
or the hometown of 'Zorro'
I'll seek the solution, online or in book.
The time of the composition
might relate to the Paris Exposition
or the date of a Peruvian battle.
The piece may be Baroque,
or by some poor modern bloke,
with an orchestra led by Sir Rattle.
It could be a solo piece,
written for the composer's niece,
for picollo, violin, or cello.
It could be sung by soprano
accompanied on piano,
or by that famous tenor fellow.
It could be a trio
or "O, Sole Mio!"
There is no clue hidden here.
To this verse look no deeper,
and start asking, Bridgekeeeper,
Of your questions I have no fear.
Quod scripsi, scripsi.