The celebrity simpleton, Mr. Bean, Had a bad time cooking beans, Said aloud, “The hurt in your belly, Just needs a whole lot of jelly.” The form involved here is a Clerihew. A clerihew is a whimsical, biographical humorous verse: 1. They are four lines long; 2. The first and second lines rhyme with each … Read more Jelly
Chemical reaction; life mine Final result, always unknown Survival can’t happen alone But if each chemical opines With all, can I always be fine? Befuddled by the sparks, I cry I react bad, how hard I try To seething actions, I explode Yet I want to take the high road How can I be inert … Read more Inert
Evening draws nigh now Days of fun and frolic end Sun would never set The love seems far now I think that’s what you wanted Your actions voiced it Heart seems to beat slow It has to let go, it knows It shall laugh with tears Yet, in some deep sense It is at fault … Read more Evening Draws Nigh…
One day it’ll end It was meant to I don’t know when Or why it will end But it will, so soon It was meant to Paths will fork They’re meant to Hearts might cry Or they might fly They’re meant to Yet, I believe Like I have always Forks can merge Like a train … Read more Hope
A glib fib Fills An empty space A crevice Truth Should have taken Chance now gone Tongue Glib no longer The form of poetry here is a Pi-ku. A Pi-ku is a fun form of poetry similar to a haiku, where the three lines have 3-1-4 syllabic format; like an ode to the mathematical constant … Read more Glib
A Dream Fallen Speaks to me As I elude hopes Of its revival Its voice calls Echoes “I’m Dead.” It Works The plan Now I chase Refuse to give up The smile on my face Alive still Fallen No More The poem comprises of two Fibonacci-Reverse Fibonnaci combination. A Fibonacci poem has no limitation on … Read more Fallen?