What's the Meaning of This? - Pun Poetry
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A Poem Inspired by Another Hub I Read Recently
Before I begin, I need to address.
How exactly, we got into this mess.
Don't send me hate mail, I have no address.
Forget it I'm hungry, I'm going to mess.
I look in the mirror, and I see my face.
Its at least good enough, to get me to first base.
I have a few demons, that I have to face.
I can sing tenor, but I can't sing bass.
When I feel tired, I find somewhere to lean.
I lean on something, you know what I mean.
I'm like the old saying, and I really am lean.
Well at least half, cause I'm not really mean.
I fill up my planter, to the top with soil.
I wrap it up tight, with aluminum foil.
I do the laundry, because now it is soiled.
That did work out, my plan has been foiled.
I tie a slip knot, in a piece of string.
Put it on my finger, and make it a ring.
I hope that you follow, me as I string.
Each of you all, around in a ring.
My concentration, I hope I don't break.
Sometimes I know, I can be a flake.
I drop my planter, and I watch it break.
One of the pieces, looks like a corn flake.
I could go on all day, but then I might cry.
It might actually bring, a tear to my eye.
So I hope that you hear, these words that I cry.
I'm ending this now, simply with I.
I read another poem just earlier that inspired this silly rhyme.
If you sit for a moment and think about it there are hundreds of words that have multiple meanings depending upon how they are used in a sentence. Here are a few more that just didn't seem to work out in my poem. Camp, staple, fence, spring, shop, swing, tire, flood, and mark are just a few of the many. I could go on but that may bore you to tears, so I will end there. If you are reading this, thank you so very much, If you like this or if you hate it please leave a comment It would be greatly appreciated. I hope you have a lovely day and God bless.
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