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    An 8-6 poem Contest Winner 
 Category:  Humor Poetry
  Posted: October 20, 2020      Views: 126

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Y. M. ROGER 

I am a semi-retired high school math teacher (part-time only now!) who has a passion for fantasy/sci-fi as well as romance literature. I have three fantasy / sci-fi novels on Amazon or B&N: An Imbalance of Power, Destiny's Heir, and Empress Hid - more...

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"Ever Wonder?" by Y. M. Roger

I asked around, but no one knew
how or why does time fly?
The birds said they had never seen
Father Time flitting by.

And for that matter, busy bees
said they had never spied,
The likes of clocks with wings that sped
on high winds ‘cross the sky.

Even the moths that flit about
when Autumn’s moon is high,
All looked at me like I was dim
when I dared ask them why.

So here I sit without a clue
just staring at the sky.
‘Cuz birds and bees and moths, it seems,
are in cahoots with time!


Writing Prompt
First you need to pick one word of one syllable. The first line, which is 8 syllables does not need to rhyme, but set the premise for the second line. The second line fulfills the premise and the last one syllable word must rhyme with others. You can write as many lines as you want. Example
Line 1 Why in the world did god decide? 8 syllables.
Line 2 That we all needed lips. 6 syllables.
All line 2s must rhyme.
An 8-6 poem
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