Experimental Poetry Form: homophones

This experimental poetry form is based off of homophones.  There are ten lines.  Each line has ten syllables.  The ten lines are grouped as couplets.  Each set of couplets ends with a different homophone.

Here is an example poem that will illustrate the idea:

In the tall grass there hopped a small gray hare,
followed by a woman who had blonde hair.

The woman walked carrying a small pail,
and she looked healthy and did not look pale.

The small hare jumped and went down a small hole,
the woman saw part go and then the whole.

A bell then rang and there came an old male,
who carried a bag that was filled with mail.

He gave a letter and stayed a short time,
while the woman cut short green sprigs of thyme.