A Ladle of Forms Sit In The Cradle
A Ladle of Forms Still Sit In The Cradle
A week has past
Questions were asked
Them truly lambaste
For their lemons vast
Leaving readers aghast
In view of better typecast
The flock may hold fast
A herder's iconoclast
Say, sheared wool for the enthusiast?
But hear ye what's in the forecast?
Note-In the wake of poor poetry form examples, like the ABC form,
here at PS, where the featured poems do not even come close to
following the definition, words of condemnation needed to be addressed.
A week has passed, sigh, nothing has been done.
Copyright © connie pachecho | Year Posted 2017
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