Tag: terriblepoetry

The Greatest Tomato in the World

Gardening work is quite often portrayed As a doing that brings serenity But it has never been the case for me Unless my crop can be proudly displayed This time I slaved, I cried, suffered and prayed I wanted to impress with a veggie Produced right…

Belgian flag warning

This yellow mug on that yellow desk I always thought it was grotesque Close to a black teapot, what is next? A red table cloth and too Belgian I’ll get via Daily Prompt: Yellow

A tacky take on tasty tomatoes

A little while ago a friend challenged me to write a Petrarchan sonnet dedicated to a tomato…with no adjectives. I didn’t know what a Petrarchan sonnet was. But thanks to google, I soon learned it is “a sonnet form popularized by Petrarch, consisting of an octave…

Everything has an end

Everything has an end. Only sausages have two. On this ancient German saying I built my own wisdom The problem however, is I don’t have a clue I have means but as for the end I confess I have none