Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Poem of the Day: Rhyme and Reason

RHYME AND REASON
by
Gregory K.

Rhyme said to Reason,
“I really need a break.
I much too tired of ‘orange’, and ‘silver’ makes me quake.”

Reason said to Rhyme,
“I share in your frustration.
The way some folks mis-use me makes me want a long vacation.”

2 comments:

Janet McConnaughey said...

Reason has moons, but moons not hers
Lie mirrored on her sea,
Confusing her astronomers
But O! delighting me.

-- Ralph Hodgson

Guru said...

Rhyme is vain,
when reason is lain.