Poem: Fish food reality

The goldfish,
turned yellow,
when they learned,
what was really in,
fish food.

 

P.S.  Guess what?  Right now, you can send a poem to M. Sakran for consideration.  If M. Sakran likes your poem, it might be published on this blog.  Isn’t that an amazing opportunity?

If you’re interested in such amazement, then go to the Considerations page to learn more.  While the information on the page is a little long, the basic idea is pretty simple.  It’s basically three steps:

  1. Choose something from one or more of the following categories on this blog: Artwork Inspiration, Photo Inspiration, Poetry Topic Ideas, or Experimental Poetry Form.
  2.  

  3. Write a poem using that something.
  4.  

  5. Send the poem to M. Sakran.

That’s really the basic idea.  It’s easy.  Just see the Considerations page for more information.

Experimental Poetry Form: Simple Rhyming Pattern

The following experimental poetry form is a simple rhyming pattern.  Other than the rhyming pattern, there is no other structure to the form.  The rhyming pattern is as follows:

a
a
b
c
d
c
e
e

Here is an example of a poem using this form:

Upon the bread was the tuna fish,
it was so placed upon a glass dish,
there was lettuce and tomato too,
and yellow mustard in a line,
a few pickles that were small,
and some chips of which there were nine,
and next to it a glass of soda topped with foam,
and this was served to one who had no home.