Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Tuesday November 16, 2010 Challenge is to write a stacking poem

When it Comes to Stacking
There are many things that you can stack,
Kitties, clouds, boxes and hats.
But when it comes to stacking,
There are rules, similar to packing.

Things that are heavy,
Big and black,
Should be placed,
At the bottom of the stack.

Judge their wieight and their size,
And as they deminish,
Stack them up,
One upon the other.

Until a tower you will see,
And at the top,
Will be the smallest one,
Just big enough to hold a tear,

Or...

A tiny chuckle heard in your ear.
All the elephants will be stacked below,
Strong and sturdy, nice and tall,
You'll have no fear your stack will fall,

But without these rules,
You'll have a stack gone wrong,
Helter, skelter,
Down it comes.

3 comments:

  1. Judge their wieight and their size,
    And as they deminish,
    Stack them up,
    One upon the other....

    that's quite a stack.

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  2. http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/thursday-poets-rally-week-33-november-18-24/


    Welcome attending poets rally week 33, link in a poem, visit 18 poets, done,
    Poetry awards assigned upon completion.
    Happy Friday!
    Thanks in advance for the attention!
    xxx

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