BAD FORM / BAD POEM – PROMPT #108
Each week Marie and I have a difficult time choosing poems for the BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS because… well, they’re all that good. But here is the test.
For this week’s prompt, we want you to write a “Bad” poem. Surely, you can write about something bad. But really we want you to write a “bad” poem – a horrible poem… a completely atrocious poem. It could be written to form badly, for bad form to a poem is the worst. Lock your muse in a closet and let your inner bad poet loose, if only for one week. Be bad and you’ll be rewarded.
MARIE ELENA’S BAD:
A Measly PoemRoses are red Violets are blue If I had the measles, I’d give them to you. Then we’d both be sick Doing, what do you think? Just scratching our heads Writing po-ems that stink. You think THIS is shamelessly Bad and oblique? Well check out the po-em I posted last week! © Copyright Marie Elena Good – 2013
Nature in short verse
Written in the classic style
Three lines, seventeen
syllables done badly.
© Copyright Walter J. Wojtanik – 2013