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Each word in this ode can have door attached to make another word. (Sometimes homophones are used and these are italicized below.)
Oh, Rick and Corry battle mice.
Odour, Doric and corridor battledoor dormice.
Two step out, in steps Man.
Tudor doorstep outdoor, indoor doorsteps doorman.
A trap, a nail, and bell are back.
Adore trapdoor, adore doornail, and doorbell ardour backdoor.
'E can con. Oh, 'e can!
Doe(r) candour condor. Odour, doe(r) candour!
Hint: Arable way. Jam.
Adorable (include do or sound of door) doorway. Doorjamb
The Title and closing remarks
To Do(,)or Do Without is adorned with Door.
Without much further ado I am uncertain of 'and' also 'E where it may attach 'Do' or may be for soundalike 'doer'. Also Hugh posted a cryptic comment 'By the rood (backdoor), thou takest not my meaning.' in response to a question on Shakespearean similarity, so this is full of doors.