Rapid rhyme #30

None of us are poets, it’s very plain to see

we write some words and if they rhyme then it was meant to be

but there again if words don’t rhyme it doesn’t mean it’s prose

It may be verse, or something worse, a finger up your nose

 

None of us are poets, it’s why I wrote these words

to prove to you it’s very true that cows are seen in herds

A bull will come along to serve, that is his given task

He’s making love to cows all day and doesn’t have to ask

 

None of us are poets, I think I’ve proved that fact

but have a go, it’s fun to do, just sign the poet’s pact

Stand on your head, write with your toes, and sing a happy ditty

For those of you who think they know the rhyming word is kitty

27 thoughts on “Rapid rhyme #30

  1. I love your poem, you should be in the classroom teaching and inspiring kids to have a go.

    The only time I wrote a poem on here someone commented ‘Good try’ or something like that. I felt as though I was back in the classroom with a really poor teacher. I think what he really meant was ‘He could do better!’ I’ve not written a poem since.

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    1. I think that with your comment, and Carolyn’s, we need to encourage you both that “Yes, you can!” (write poetry).

      All of art is in the eye, ear, touch, smell, taste, sense of space, or other sensory effect, of the receiver. Not forgetting that the first sensor is you!

      Like

  2. Love this! Fun, silly, beautifully flow-y, and a joy to read out loud!
    I’ve posted quite a few poems on my WP blog over the past 8+ years…but I feel weird putting them up…and I usually get less comments on my poems than on other stuff I post…so I take the less comments as commentary on my poetry writing. Ha.
    (((HUGS))) 🙂

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    1. Thank you Carolyn. Keep posting poems!

      I think that with your comment, and Sue’s, we need to encourage you both that “Yes, you can!” (write poetry).

      All of art is in the eye, ear, touch, smell, taste, sense of space, or other sensory effect, of the receiver. Not forgetting that the first sensor is you!

      If it pleases you, job done!

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      1. Thank you for this encouragement, Peter!
        Yes, I keep writing…but don’t share my poems very often. I’ll get braver. Several WP poet friends have been encouraging me, also. I appreciate all of you! 🙂

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