Chelsey liked to chased wild animals
Her focus would never waver
But deer were what she favor
For they would catch her eye
She would hunker down low
On silent paws she would move slow
Trying not draw attention
As she inch as close as she could get
That would be until the deer sees the threat
Chase would be on as she lunged forward
Me on other end trying not to stumble
As she lets off a huff and a grumble
Trying her best to keep pace
Until she finally gives up the race
I found this poem hiding in Chelsey’s notes. I have posted it here.
Woof, Woof, I am writing again.
A poem that’s short and will rhyme.
Bark out my words on the dime.
I’ll try to write with this pen.
Aroooo, this is too much,
Rhyming is to hard for me.
Hold on I might have a flea.
I scratch my fur as such.
Ah, all is good I continue to write.
Woof, bark I am tired.
I am glad I have an owner I admired.
To write poems that excite.
Step into the haunted house if you dare.
Are you ready for a big scare.
Darkness enfolds as you head down hall.
Out pops a hand trying to make you fall.
Screams are heard up ahead.
You hope they will not end up dead.
Your group huddles closer as you go in deeper.
Up ahead there is a frightening jailer keeper.
Zombies pop out around a corner.
A light flicks; chainsaw starts to roar; oh the horror.
Almost to the end; you see the light.
But, a scary clown is giving you a fright.
You made to end; you catch your breath at last.
Your friends and you had a scary good blast.
World is moving to fast
Not like it was in distant past
Maybe it’s because the world may not last
For what future will we warrant
Our children to find in this torrent
World should find what is important
We must have our children save what’s left
Keep world’s secrets in their breast
Shed the harsh realities which infest
Maybe they will bring the peace that is needed
To heal a broken world from being wicked
Hope is they don’t leave the world untreated
April 22nd prompt: Write a poem with at least three stanzas. Each stanza should have three lines, and all the end words of the stanza should rhyme or slant rhyme (for example: few/two/woo, warrant/torrent/abhorrent, storage/shortage/mortgage). If you need help with rhyming, try the online tool the Rhyme Brain.