Worst Love Poem You Ever Read
Love is fantastic. So are poems. Unfortunately, it seems to be only on rare occasions when the two actually go together like peas and carrots, kool aid and sugar, Forrest and Jenny. So, this is what I have to say about love-- groan all you want but hey, it rhymes!
Can you do better, and by that I mean worse?
The Loveliness of Love
I love you more than bears love honey,
I love you more than hoes love money,
I love you more than fish love the sea,
I love you for eternity,
I love you more than big bird loves yellow,
Hey, do you want to be my fellow?
I love you more than dogs love poo,
I love you more than my left shoe,
Love me, love me, love me do,
Love me as much as I love you.
I love you more than a mosquito loves a face,
I love you more than an alien loves space,
I love you more than a cheater loves a hint,
I love you more than a belly button loves lint,
I love you more than an anteater loves ants,
Do you want to get in my pants?
I love you more than Brits love tea,
Love me dear, or let me be,
I love you more than you love me,
Why must this end in tragedy?
Please feel free to post your own most terrible love poem, a link to your rotten love apple, or just a few lines for our reading pleasure in the comments section. Let's have some fun with two things that are often taken way too seriously, love and poetry!
Note: Please only share stuff YOU have written. This should be a fun game, not an excuse to pick on anyone or make fun of their writing.
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