The Weekly Terrible Poetry Contest – Verbosity

Verbosity is my Name

I want to write a story

But you’d be so bor-y-ed

I want to write a poem

And you’d be all ho-hum-ed 😴

I’d write you a tune

Yet you’d tune it out

Whoa is me

So I decided to write what pleases me

And they all said glory be!

Will she be verbose?

Or will we all become comatose?

So she began to write

The more she wrote

The crazier she felt

Until she saw herself sitting there

Writing about writing

Blah blah blah

Then she began to sing as she wrote

The words became a song

Verbose is the name of the game

Cringe if you must

But I will boast

That I am the most

Verbose

After a cup of coffee

They call me verbosity

That is really silly,

Don’t you think?

Is your thinking verbose?

Wow…. now THAT my friends

Is morose!

I’m done now

So I’ll say goodbye

Or is the end better?

What is the best way

To end a verbose poem

Terribly!

Ba bye all yawl!!

~RuthScribbles~

This challenge brought to us by the amazing Chelsea!

20 thoughts on “The Weekly Terrible Poetry Contest – Verbosity

  1. I see that you’ve followed the “King & I” dictum, “Whenever I feel afraid, I scribble a happy tune, yawn an open-mouth ho-hum and suddenly I’m not blah-dy-blah verbose anymore, but merely verboten.” And more: How can the morose be forgotten: mo’ rosé in a glass please.

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