fun

rhymes erupt when in my zone
don’t roll your eyes and groan
take them off that phone
coz I know you’d like to clone

these words woven and sewn
now if your muse has flown
get off that cynical throne
leave no unturned stone

avoid that doubtful tone
for I know you are prone
to avoid what is thrown

take life back to the bone

watch what you’re shown
for I know we can hone
I have learnt and grown
not entirely on my own

so please don’t moan
if my poetry does drone
as I write from home
muse unknown

so this old crone
has learned a roan
know life is on loan
none of us are alone!

we all needed a bit of a giggle
hope you find it in this riddle!

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my photo of my serenader!

29 comments

  1. Many wise words in this poem woven in the spirit of “fun.” Evoking goosebumps and a smile. I wholeheartedly agree how “I have learnt and grown not entirely on my own.” Thank you, Kate!

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  2. Occasionally some of the woodpeckers think they’ll find seed in my siding…
    Rattattattatting… Not a happy song – I give them enough seed they don’t have to destroy my home 😉

    I do enjoy listening to the different bird song. This morning the geese were making their way across the morning sky and honking!

    Tweet Tweet! Cheers, Jules

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  3. Good morning Kate, I love your whimsical poem, and it’s 8.30am and I’m just awake, you’ve words have made smile, and your 3rd stanza is a ripper’..
    “avoid that doubtful tone
    for I know you are prone
    to avoid what is thrown
    take life back to the bone” 😀😎😍

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