Short Metrical Tale Poems
Short Metrical Tale Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short Metrical Tale poems by PoetrySoup poets. Search the short Metrical Tale poetry form by poem length and keyword.
We belong freedom fight goes on to get where we are today we came a LONG LONG. WAYS...
an easy task to
why in the
left half solved
"Don't let a tinker wink at you!" -
a demand of a father, quite askew.
And yet... the tinker was quite nice,
(wink, notwithstanding, left on ice.)
"But I like that tinker," thought the girl
wanting a marriage to unfurl
as she sat down to think of him all day,
wink not withstanding; not yet. No way.
Next day (in day dreams) she let him wink
while she stood at the kitchen sink.
"A wink from a tinker's not quite right,
but say... he weds me? Okay. all right!"
animal, cat, fear, horror,
Kitty Katy, bigger than holsteins
Killed a St. Bernard
Pretty Kitty scratched up my blue jeans
Left my legs all scarred.
My big kitty scares the bejabbers
Out of my sorry hide
Such loud thuds of her pitter-patters
The blood-prints of her stride.
What did she kill tonight?
Who did she rend and bite?
What did she eat?
What kind of meat?
When must I stand and fight?
Kitty wrestled an anaconda
Then ate just the head
I took off on my cherry Honda
Scared I'd next be dead....