There once was a woman called Midge Who would soberly write about bridge But her passion and joy was to shock her three boys By nakedly cleaning the fridge. Dear Midge has turned 39 And guzzles down bottles of wine Says she to her sons I’ve now got the runs Come clean up this … Continue reading Midge
Pro meaning for a favoured outcome Cras(s) is to revel in Love Island fun TIN* for the taxes I wish I could shun Ate all my time rhyming this pun * Taxpayer Identification Number
If at first you don’t succeed How many times must you try again? It’s blatantly obvious you don’t fit the breed Of reputedly notable dead white old men. Continual rejections and failures reinforce That success is a Grail few can achieve Where the rules and requirements are written in Morse And the idea of … Continue reading Success
yesterday my Poetry Review arrived and reading through it i have realised i'll never be an in-vogue poet to be a voguish poet i must first stop using rhyme which it really seems is a cardinal crime or employ a well-worn rhythm that keeps readers trundling along that’s common as muck and boring like callow scuppernongs … Continue reading Poetry Rules
Together so long! Was it her vow to follow? Or was it his thong?
The following account is true. It was told to Esther by a fellow passenger as they waited to board their delayed flight to Brennan. She always said yes. She never said no. She’d go wherever you wanted to go, She always was smiling and delighted to please, She was kind and supportive, never mean … Continue reading Ms. Manners