December 10, 2013
It is time once again to resort to the list of oddball writer’s prompts used by “colleges and universities” around the country and the pickings are getting mighty slim. Today’s prompt: Write a haiku, limerick, or short poem that best represents you (NYU, 2009). This is bad, mighty bad. I am not a poet and I know it. The last time I posted some poetry on this blog was February of 2011. Here it is, in case you have somehow blotted it from your memory:
The Burger King wears a crown.
It is made out of paper.
His face is a waxen mask
“Have it your way.”
My way? But aren’t you the King?
Profound, no? Ok, no. But it has to be better than whatever I am about to come up with.
Writer’s Block #8: Write a haiku, limerick, or short poem that best represents you
This is me.
I have a blog
Hmm. Well, while it fits the description, it frankly sucks. Let’s try that again.
There once was a man from Nantucket, whose– WHOA, whoa, give that another shot.
Better, more poetic, but it doesn’t represent me at all.
Oh well, I filled a blog page, so I give up.
And that represents me best of all.