The Terrible Poetry Contest: A Sonnet about Soup (WINNER)…

WOW , SO MY SWAN SONG ENTRY TO THIS CONTEST GOT ME THE DIBS AGAIN. I HAVE WON THIS CONTEST QUITE A FEW TIMES, I USED TO THINK THE KEY WAS TO BE FUNNY BUT BEST TO ALSO INCLUDE SPELLING, GRAMMAR MISTAKES AND BUTCHER THE POETRY STYLE AS WELL. FOR THE MOST PART IT STUCKContinue reading “The Terrible Poetry Contest: A Sonnet about Soup (WINNER)…”

The Terrible Poetry Contest (SONNET LXVI BY PABLO NERUDA)…

This week’s Contest was to take a famous poem by a famous poet and the first line from that poem & the rest by yours truly. I chose SONNET LXVI by Pablo Neruda. I decided to record the Spanish version. I will be submitting the English version. Sonnet LXVI I do not love you exceptContinue reading “The Terrible Poetry Contest (SONNET LXVI BY PABLO NERUDA)…”

The Bi-weekly Terrible Poetry Contest- The Bird…

Theme: Bad drivers, Style: Free Verse Your blinker is on Still… Oh How much Slower must I go to get You off My Ass! Veins they but protrude Shades of red flush my face Cut me off The hell ? Holy Shit a Spider in front of my face! Smash Boom Crash not me, thankfullyContinue reading “The Bi-weekly Terrible Poetry Contest- The Bird…”

The Bi Weekly Terrible Poetry Contest: Pew (WINNER)…

A poem about aging written in burlesque style PEW 20’S COOL 30’S COOL 40’S Pew! What’s that smell? oOoOO that smell, can’t you smell that smell? Like cheese and a rotten egg got married yet, rarely it, happened. 50’s Pew!! That smell lingers from room to room everywhere you walk, in the house, at work,Continue reading “The Bi Weekly Terrible Poetry Contest: Pew (WINNER)…”

The Terrible Poetry Contest, Class of ’20 Reunion: Oh what a holy night…

The theme of this contest is to write a song parody. A Christmas song no less and badly, funny as well. Never an easy task so I offer my entry. A mash-up of sorts of Oh Holy Night and Oh what a night. The Acapella Version: OH WHAT A HOLY NIGHT Oh Holy night LateContinue reading “The Terrible Poetry Contest, Class of ’20 Reunion: Oh what a holy night…”